EAST WHITELAND TOWNSHIP, PA—O’Neill Properties of King of Prussia, PA has proposed to build “the largest luxury theatre built in the United States in the past 30 years” at its Uptown Worthington development here.

The two-story 85,000-square-foot “movie palace” would be built at the former development project at the former National Rolling Mills/Worthington Steel complex in Chester County. The ground floor of the building would feature a Cobb VIP movie theater, which would feature a wine bar, gas-fired lanterns, and a 60-foot tall grand lobby. The project would also feature an upstairs Cinebistro theater-restaurant.

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