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An entertainment district is a type of arts district with a high concentration of movie theatres, theatres or other entertainment venues. Such areas may be officially designated by local governments with functional zoning regulations, as well as public and private investment in distinctive urban design.
- Forsher, James (30 April 2003). "Movie Theaters as Indicators of Urban Vitality". The Community of Cinema: How Cinema and Spectacle Transformed the American Downtown. Greenwood Publishing Group. pp. 5–6. ISBN 978-0275973551.
Partial list of entertainment districts
- Quartier des Spectacles, Montreal
- Calgary Entertainment District
- Granville Entertainment District, Vancouver
- Toronto Entertainment District
- Te Aro Entertainment District, Wellington, New Zealand
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