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It's official! Regal HQ Relocating to South Waterfront 
Mayor Madeline Rogero, left center, and Regal Entertainment Group CEO Amy Miles, right center, share a light moment Thursday, July 21, while signing final documents.
Mayor Madeline Rogero, left center, and Regal Entertainment Group CEO Amy Miles, right center, share a laugh on Thursday, July 21, while signing final documents for Regal's headquarters relocation to the South Waterfront.

What was announced last fall is now official: Regal Entertainment Group will be moving its corporate headquarters and at least 345 employees to an anchor location on the South Waterfront, on the former Baptist Hospital site next to the Gay Street Bridge.

Next up: The nine-story, 178,000-square-foot building at Gay Street and Blount Avenue – vacant since 2008 – will undergo an approximate $12 million transformation into a world-class corporate headquarters for the nation’s largest theater circuit.

“It’s exciting that Regal soon will begin its renovations and that, by the end of 2017, we’ll be welcoming a major employer to our downtown,” said Christi Branscom, Deputy to the Mayor and the City’s Chief Operating Officer. “This is a milestone for redevelopment of the South Waterfront as well as for Regal.”

For more details, here's a link to a City media release on the final documents being signed and the momentum along the South Waterfront: http://bit.ly/2a3gSje

Regal has the keys to its new HQ! From left: Robbie Pope, Regal attorney; Todd Boruff, Regal senior vice president; Greg Dunn, Regal president; Amy Miles, Regal CEO; Mayor Madeline Rogero; Vic Mills and Mark Senn, Riverwalk Investors and Grand Oak Riverwalk, LLC (developer for Riverwalk at the Bridges); Deputy to the Mayor Christi Branscom; and John Craig, Industrial Development Board.
Regal gets the keys to its new HQ! From left: Robbie Pope, Regal attorney; Todd Boruff, Regal senior vice president; Greg Dunn, Regal president; Amy Miles, Regal CEO; Mayor Madeline Rogero; Vic Mills and Mark Senn, Riverwalk Investors and Grand Oak Riverwalk, LLC (developer for Riverwalk at the Bridges); Deputy to the Mayor Christi Branscom; and John Craig, Industrial Development Board.

Posted by evreeland On 22 July, 2016 at 2:22 PM