Smitty’s Cinema Windham – Now Open!

795 Roosevelt Trl (Route 302)

Windham, Maine

Smitty’s began an extensive renovation of the Windham Five Star Cinema beginning in January 2013. Renovations included building out a full kitchen, adding state of the art digital projection with surround sound and redesigning the existing theaters with tiered platforms, tables & comfortable leather seating. They reopened in April 2013 – go check it out!


Monday, April 1, 2013 – The Windham Eagle Online
At Smitty’s almost time for curtains up

by Michelle Libby

Smitty’s has never claimed to be an ordinary theater. They have popcorn, slushies and screens, but they also have pizza, fries, beer and comfortable chairs…and they’re coming to Windham.

“Most is done. We have to wrap up the details and clean up,” said Smitty’s partner and manager Tucker Smith about the progress at the Windham Mall location.

Beginning April 9, Smitty’s will have a soft opening. By April vacation the theater will be running at full capacity, ready for their grand opening celebration.

*Read complete Article: The Windham Eagle Online


Check out other articles in the news about Smitty’s below!

Smitty’s Cinema renovating theater for return to Windham

It left town around 2005, but now the movie chain is preparing to bring back its pub-style experience.

“Smitty’s Cinema, where you can grab a burger and a beer while watching the latest blockbuster movie, will open a new location in Windham in April after a $1.5 million renovation of the recently closed Windham 5-Star Cinema.

Smitty’s is renovating the Windham 5-Star on Route 302 to rip out the traditional theater seating and replace it with leather chairs and tables. It also will replace the 35-millimeter projection system with a digital projection system and surround sound. A new kitchen is being built adjacent to the theater.”

— Portland Press Herald, January 2013

See complete article here!

Smitty’s Cinema making Windham comeback

“WINDHAM – Smitty’s Cinema, once located next to the North Windham Post Office, is making a dramatic return to Windham.

Owner Milton Smith, who ran the former Chunky’s and Smitty’s from 1995 to 2005, is investing $1.5 million to renovate the recently vacated Five-Star Cinema in the Windham Mall and expects to open in April. Smith owns the theater along with his brothers MacGregor, Benton and Cabot Smith.”

–Lakes Region Weekly, January 2013

See complete article here!



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From the Bangor Daily News:

Bath’s Merrymeeting Center for Child Development to relocate, expand at Brunswick Landing

By Beth Brogan, BDN Staff
Posted March 07, 2013, at 7:28 p.m.

BRUNSWICK, Maine — The Merrymeeting Center for Child Development, a private school serving children with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities, will relocate from Bath to Brunswick Landing pending completion of negotiations with Topsham developer Jim Howard of Priority Group LLC.

*See Complete Article here!



Check out the following article from “Dream Home” about the Sheer Residence,  a project ALPHAarchitects did on Scarborough Beach.

Dream Home – If I Lived Here

Feb/Mar 2010

“The house I lived in for almost 30 years was rustic and rough and built by hand. Literally. It had wide Pine floorboards and beams we dismantled from an old Aroostook County Barn, its bones still strong and resilient although its cedar shingles had given out long ago.

If I were asked to pull out the crayons and color that first home, I would use all the brown shades – Tan, Almond, Burnt Sienna, Raw Umber, Mahogany, Chestnut and all of them speak of Earth and toasted bread to me.

But this house is not toast or earth. It is steel cables and an open staircase that weaves up through the center of the house to a skylight, interconnecting one floor to another, pulling the light into a perfect puzzle of movement…”

*Read the Complete Article.





Falmouth Route 1 Renovation is Praised

Portland Press Herald – Thursday, May 5, 2011

FALMOUTH – A former auto dealership in Falmouth has been reborn as a retail center, marking the latest step in the ongoing revitalization of the town’s Route 1 corridor. Last month, Bangor Savings Bank and Falmouth Ace Hardware opened at 215 Route 1 in a building that was once home to a Saab dealership. The auto dealer closed up roughly a year-and-a-half ago, leaving the 30-year-old, 15,000 square-foot space temporarily vacant.

*Read complete Article: Falmouth-Route-1-Renovation-is-praised.