The 12-year-old home to the Tribeca Film Festival has closed its doors.
Latitude 360, a restaurant, bowling alley, theater and arcade, is slated to open in the vacant building.
Residents plan to rally Sunday outside Center Cinemas on Queens Boulevard.
Amenities will also include padded footrests and digital projection.
The Harlem Independent Theater is currently looking for funds to open up in the area.
Solar energy will be used to power lights and movie projectors, the theater's owner said.
"You will be missed," the actress said in an Instagram post Tuesday.
The indie movie theater is installing solar panels on the building's roof, owners said.
The 70 Henry St. movie house is priced at $7.5 million or can be leased at $30,000 per month.
The owners cited rising construction costs as a reason for pulling the plug on the project.
Investors who bought the building said they may have plans to develop the air rights above the building.
The theater will be renamed Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas and will benefit from new projection equipment.
Proposed corrals would replace six car parking spots with 45 bike slots.
The ride, hosted by Transportation Alternatives, will take place on March 24.
Kew Gardens Cinemas is kicking off its “opera season.”
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