A next generation bowling alley is coming to a new project right next to Audi Field.
Hoffman & Associates announced Wednesday that the newest location of Brooklyn Bowl is coming to the firm's planned development at Parcel B next to the stadium (map). The new project will be an S-shaped building with 110 affordable senior one-bedrooms, 352 apartments, a new office headquarters for non-profit Volunteers of America (VOA), and 50,450 square feet of ground-floor retail, restaurant, entertainment, and/or performance space.
Brooklyn Bowl DC will take up 38,000 square feet of that retail space with 14 lanes for bowling, a 1,200 person concert venue, a craft bar and a menu curated by New York City’s Blue Ribbon Restaurant Group. As part of a design review application filed last summer for the development, Hoffman & Associates sought a special exception to allow a bowling alley.
"The first retail concept announced for this dynamic mixed-use development, Brooklyn Bowl will span two floors and anchor the double-sided retail and entertainment corridor between Parcel B and Audi Field, activating the center of the neighborhood with an energy that will enhance the space and bring people from across the city and region," a press release about the new location stated.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/brooklyn_bowl_coming_to_455-unit_planned_development_next_to_audi_field/20271.
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