The up-to $23 million project will be the ninth location for the Dallas-based entertainment company and will be constructed separately from the Bridgeway Station’s first phase of about 718,000 square feet of retail, residential, office and institutional space, according to a spokesperson for Hughes Investments.
An arcade with more than 125 multi-sensory games and a virtual reality “playground” with bumper cars and other emergent experiences will fill 10,000 square feet of the space, adjoined by 10 boutique bowling lanes, according to a news release.
Other features include five escape rooms, a sports bar with craft beverages, a dine-in theater with seven auditoriums with 65-foot-wide curved screens and a menu of dishes made from locally sourced ingredients.
“We couldn’t be more excited to expand into Greenville and be part of BridgeWay Station,” Traci Hoey, vice president of marketing at Cinergy Entertainment Group, said in the news release. “This is our second site in the Carolinas and we are excited to unveil our new prototype design synergizing all of the incredible experiences which catapulted us to the top family entertainment center in the world.”
The company is opening a Charlotte location on March 29, according to the website.