What Is Ritz Center in Voorhees, NJ?

Ritz Center 16 in Voorhees, New Jersey is a cinema complex owned by Carmike Cinemas. The theater's location is 900 Haddonfield-Berlin Road, Voorhees, NJ 8043. The cinema features 16 screens, as of September 2015. The Ritz theater was opened in 1996 by Ritz Theaters of Philadelphia. The theater's original name was Ritz 12.

With a construction cost of $7 million, Ritz 12 opened as a part of a large shopping strip in Voorhees, New Jersey. The theater featured a 5000-square foot lobby that offered a lounge and a concession area. The walls of the cinema's hallways featured portraits of many renowned filmmakers. Equipped with digital surround sound systems, all the auditoriums had luxury seats. The two largest auditoriums featured huge 40-foot wide screens.

After the addition of four more auditoriums, the theater’s name was changed to Ritz 16. In 2007, Ritz 16 was sold to the National Amusements and operated by the company’s Showcase division. In December 2009, Rave Motion Picture Theaters took over the theater's operation and changed its name to RC Ritz Center 16. In May 2013, the theater’s ownership was transferred to Cinemark, and the company then sold the complex to Carmike Cinemas on Aug. 16, 2013.