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Former Georgetown Cinema to be transformed as part of Lafayette Square development

In late September, Sojos Capital also broke ground on an International District Community Center near Lafayette Square Mall.

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Interior rendering of Window to the World.

Photo via Sojos Capital

This morning, Indianapolis-based firm Sojos Capital broke ground on an acclaimed cinema eatery that will be opening its first Indiana location.

The new Alamo Drafthouse Cinema will be located in the former Georgetown Cinema at 3898 Lafayette Rd. and will feature a 14-screen theater with nearly 1,000 seats. It will have a scratch-made food menu, local beers on tap, and craft cocktails all delivered to guest’s seats.

This is the first commercial project of Sojos Capital’s master plan to redevelop Lafayette Square Mall and much of the surrounding neighborhood.

The theater is just one of the many facilities planned for the Window to the World project that has been pushed back due to delays. The plan also includes a sporting complex, dog park, art center, and residential living.

Alamo Dafthouse Cinema is expected to open in spring 2024.

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