Loews Renovating N.Y.’s Fine Arts

The Loews Fine Arts in New York, first Manhattan theater built from the ground up after World War II, has been targeted for extensive renovation. Loews acquired the mid-Manhattan house last September.

The facelift will include new carpeting, new lighting fixtures and a state-of-the-art refreshment stand offering espresso and gourmet foods. Spring completion is expected. Loews, a subsidiary of Columbia Pictures Entertainment, runs 857 screens in 16 states.

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