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Details are beginning to emerge on the planned theme park 

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  • the $750 million theme park will sit on a 700-acres in Bartow County, 45 minutes north of Atlanta on I-75
  • Avatron Park will consist of a 200-acre theme park with five distinct themes including "Hunger Games" and "Divergent"
  • the development will include a 300,000 SF retail center, 2 hotels with a total of 500 rooms
  • LionsGate Entertainment has a deal to license its film properties to new theme park 
  • Park attractions will feature a broad range of multimedia and multi-format offerings, with unique combinations of new content, Hollywood storytelling and cutting-edge special effects
  •  Avatron expects to secure $620 million in order to break ground in January 2016 and open in 2019





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