Here’s What Will Be Inside Downtown Miami’s Silverspot Theater, Opening This Fall

Interior build out of Downtown Miami’s Silverspot Theater is underway, according to contractor Gates Construction.

Opening is scheduled for fall of 2017.

Inside, there will be a 4-floor luxury theater with 17 screens and a 2-story atrium.

The seats will be leather, and a fine dining menu served from a full service kitchen will be on offer. There will also be two concession areas, lounge and bar areas, plus a private theater with an exclusive bar.

The theater will span the first seven levels of the Met Square project, with a 43-story apartment building under construction above.

ICON architecture + fabrication of Kansas City is overseeing design.

 

 

 

 

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Polo
3 years ago

Why not just a regular theater? Sometimes all you want to do is watch a movie.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well well well. This is going to be interesting with CMX. My thoughts were that silverspot would be the more economic option of the two. If they truly are going the way of luxury I don’t see them doing well. Can’t have two luxury theaters within a couple blocks/ walking distance to one another. Overkill. Maybe if they were closer to midtown or design district. This is unfortunate ?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yep! But that is good because being direct competitors means they need to provide better value proposition to clients. It’s a win for moviegoers.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Great comment.. more options favor the consumers.

Movie theaters in downtown are finally here.. I’ve heard it for past 10 years.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I agree, this should be a low cost alternative, no need for two big luxury theaters in downtown, .., and we need a cheap alternative in downtown,

Null
3 years ago

Hopefully this will drive down prices a bit over time. $22 @ CMX hurts a little, but I’d have no problem with $18. Maybe they could have matinée pricing. Since they’re so close and both near metromover stops, I hope that at least they have different movie options and don’t duplicate the same movies unless it’s really popular ones with a lot of demand.

Anonymous
3 years ago

This isn’t Manhattan.. let’s not charge Manhattan prices for a movie.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It will be,

Anonymous
3 years ago

TBH, $22 isn’t that bad considering mainstream movie theaters are at… $12/$13 if you don’t buy at Costco…

Maybe they’ll sell a two pack for $30?

Anonymous
3 years ago

We’ll this city is clearly becoming a work, play , live concept for the rich!! How about aNORMAl price cinema , I ask not not even cheap one….just a CINEMA for normal movie goers. Low income – middle – the message is clear ….we are wanted in this city..

Polo
3 years ago

Why not just a regular old fashion movie theater? Sometime all you want to do is watch a good movie.

Jake
3 years ago

I’ll stick to the cool, smaller indie films at O Cinema which is still low-key, friendly and affordable.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I’ll stick with The Tower Cinema, playing the same fare as O cinema with a better looking theater, nicer area and a plethora of dining options…Little Havana is so up and coming….

Anonymous
3 years ago

K. I’ll stick with run of the mill Regal and AMC.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Be our guest. Driving out to South Beach or coconut Grove just to catch a flick when you could walk? No lol. I do agree with the other poster though about it being a bit of an overkill with them being so close

Anonymous
3 years ago

need to have reasonable priced movies in downtown….
this is not Manhattan
new Landmark … beautiful, clean, dining… great seating and under $12…

Anonymous
3 years ago

Checkout the movies in the grove,, very clean and excellent image and sound.

Anonymous
3 years ago

check out Landmark, Merrick park Too!!! worth the drive with $22 + seats projected for Downtown theaters.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I just love the massive blank wall that runs up the building on the west side.

Marc305
3 years ago

Great news! Two choices of movie theaters in Downtown and Brickell. I can finally say goodbye to South Beach and Coconut Grove.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Never been a fan of South Beach Cinema.
We have so many options right on this side of equation. The Tower Cinema is by far my favorite option.

Anonymous
3 years ago

If prices continue to be that high…then I’ll stick to the new one on Gables

Anonymous
3 years ago

TBH I’m very disappointed. I was hoping to have a regular theater. I couldn’t be happier about the CMX, but having the two types would’ve been better for the neighborhood.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Please keep prices down.. coming from moviegoer that goes 2x month.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well if you’re worrying about theater pricing, I guess you won’t be going to this one.

Anonymous
3 years ago

What I don’t understand it’s how you don’t see this as a financial opportunity? Your houses will be valued more, you will be getting paid more, more rich tourists instead of having to deal with the I’m on a budget tourist? Like how can you complain

Laz
3 years ago

there is barely one movie a month i am interested in.

PROCALC
3 years ago

are they really going to paint that building in light blue???

aceraroja
3 years ago

Yeah is that what the apartment building is gonna look like? Tiny windows in goofy asymmetric light blue massings? You wouldn’t think you could get more hideous and crappy than Met3 but I guess there’s never too shitty for Miami.

Anonymous
3 years ago

FYI : Silverspot ticket prices in Naples–
Adults 1$6.67- Senior 65+$14.67 – Children 1-12 $9.50

Anonymous
3 years ago

This is good competition for the BCC Theaters.
Hopefully, they will come down on the prices.
Otherwise, I’ll stick to going to the Grove or
the Tower

Anonymous
3 years ago

Landmark at Mary Brickell, CInepolis in The Grove, Lincoln road….
under $14 for seating…
hopefully the New Downtown theaters will be comparable… or we will all tsill be Driving south or to the beach…

Anonymous
3 years ago

correction…Landmark- MERICK PARK!