Entertainment

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Inglewood, Calif. — Three new tenants have signed leases totaling 128,500 square feet at Hollywood Park, a mixed-use development currently underway in Inglewood, approximately 13 miles outside downtown Los Angeles. JD Sports and Iconix Fitness will occupy 7,500 and 56,000 square feet, respectively, beginning this summer. Cosm will also open a 65,000-square-foot experiential venue at the property this summer. Upon completion, Hollywood Park — which is being developed by Los Angeles Rams Owner and Chairman E. Stanley Kroenke — will feature up to 890,000 square feet of retail space, as well …

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Tampa, Fla. — Strategic Property Partners LLC has unveiled the next phase of Water Street Tampa, the company’s $3 billion mixed-use neighborhood underway in downtown Tampa. The next phase will comprise three separate buildings with residential, office and hospitality/entertainment space.   The third building will feature a select-service hotel, parking garage and entertainment uses, including food-and-beverage options and a live music venue. The office complex will also feature ground-floor retail space.  The road and utility infrastructure work for these additions is currently underway and expected to be complete in spring 2025. Last …

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Petersburg, Va. — The City of Petersburg has selected Bruce Smith Enterprise and The Cordish Cos. to co-develop a $1.4 billion gaming and entertainment district in Petersburg, roughly 24 miles south of Richmond. The Petersburg City Council unanimously approved the joint venture partnership, which responded to a request for proposal (RFP) issued by the city, as the preferred development partner on the mixed-use project. Upon completion, Live! Casino & Hotel Virginia will comprise more than 400,000 square feet of gaming, hospitality and dining space, as well as 35,000 square feet of …

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Montebello, Calif. — Topgolf will open a new, 70,000-square-foot venue in Montebello, approximately 10 miles outside downtown Los Angeles. Upon completion, the facility will feature 102 outdoor climate-controlled hitting bays across three levels, as well as a full-service restaurant, 200 televisions, a 28-foot video wall, outdoor patio, rooftop terrace and private event rooms. Scheduled to open in May, this will mark the third Topgolf venue to be located in the Los Angeles metro. 

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Houston — Australian-based Funlab has opened a new, 12,000-square-foot Holey Moley Mini Golf Club in Houston. In addition to three nine-hole miniature golf courses, the venue features two private karaoke rooms and a full-service bar and restaurant, dubbed The Caddyshack. Funlab’s current portfolio includes two Holey Moley facilities in Denver and Austin. An additional venue is scheduled to open in San Francisco this year. 

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Oakbrook, Ill. — Graycor Construction Co. has completed Wonderverse, a 45,000-square-foot entertainment space at Oakbrook Center in suburban Chicago. The project features a hybrid of physical and multi-media experiences, interactive installations, attractions and experiences, allowing visitors to step into their favorite Sony Pictures stories. Sony is the project’s owner. The space includes escape rooms, virtual reality adventures, bumper cars, racing simulators, an arcade and speakeasy. The project team included Scenario as the owner’s representative and EXP as the architect of record.

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White Plains, N.Y. — Apple Cinemas has signed an 80,000-square-foot lease at City Center in White Plains. The theater will offer stadium recliner seats, digital projection and sound and food-and-beverage options including burger concept BurgerFi. Don Mace of KeyPoint Partners represented the tenant in the lease negotiations. 

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Alexandria, Va. — JBG Smith has announced the cancellation of Potomac Yards, an entertainment district project that would have comprised 9 million square feet within the National Landing neighborhood in Alexandria, roughly eight miles south of Washington, D.C. A partnership between the developer and Monumental Sports & Entertainment (MSE) first proposed the development — which would have been anchored by a new arena for the NHL’s Washington Capitals and NBA’s Washington Wizards — in December of last year. Completion of the project, including a global corporate headquarters for MSE, a media …

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Miami — Bowlero Corp. has opened Lucky Strike Miami, a 30,000-square-foot entertainment venue within the $6 billion Miami Worldcenter development. The facility is the second new build for Bowlero under the Lucky Strike name since acquiring the brand in September 2023. Lucky Strike Miami features 28 bowling lanes, an arcade, craft cocktail bar, food service and a VIP room with six private bowling lanes.

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Atlanta — Centennial Yards Co., a development entity owned by CIM Group, has unveiled plans for a new entertainment district that will comprise the next phase of its $5 billion Centennial Yards mixed-use destination in downtown Atlanta. Spanning eight acres adjacent to Mercedes-Benz Stadium and State Farm Arena, the mixed-use entertainment will span 480,000 square feet across four buildings, in addition to a fan gathering area that the developer says will be heavily utilized during the games held in Atlanta during the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Designed by Gensler, the new …

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