"This opportunity will create great entertainment in a placewhere people also work, shop and dine," says Emanuel Stern, locallybased Hartz's president and COO, in a prepared statement, areference to the 175-acre Harmon Meadows' mixed uses. "No one doesthat better than Kerasotes, and we are looking forward to workingwith them."

The new location will be one of two that will introduce theKerasotes' brand to the Garden State, and there is a Hartzconnection in the other one as well. The company is planning toopen a 16-screen, 3,992-seat complex in Hartz's new Edison TownSquare in Edison.

"We are excited to work with Hartz Mountain and be part ofSecaucus," says Dean Kerasotes, COO of the company that bears hisname, in a statement. "Our theater will bring premier cinema designand industry-leading customer service to this location."

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