Broken Arrow, Okla. - The new 100 acre development will be located just south of the Creek Turnpike, and just west of the Walmart Supercenter on Elm Place.
Broken Arrow spokesperson Stephanie Higgins says the Warren Theater mulitplex will be a first for Eastern Oklahoma.
The Wichita-based chain has a theater in the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore.
Higgins says Warren Theaters are different from other theaters in that they offer reserved seating, where food and beverages are delivered right to the patron's seat.
"It's more of an upscale theater, 90-thousand square feet, 14 screens," Higgins said. "Where it's different from our other movie theaters is there's an actual dining experience."
Higgins said the Shops at Aspen Creek will feature various kinds of retail and restaurant offerings, but they don't know exactly which ones yet.
The city of Broken Arrow will provide roughly $4 million in infrastructure improvements to the site and $3.25 million in sales tax rebates.