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Empty Sears spot in Chandler Fashion Center has found tenant

Posted 6/17/24

Round1 Bowling & Arcade appears to be the missing piece the the Chandler Fashion Center has been seeking for space occupied for many years by a Sears department store.

No opening date has …

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Empty Sears spot in Chandler Fashion Center has found tenant

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Round1 Bowling & Arcade appears to be the missing piece the the Chandler Fashion Center has been seeking for space occupied for many years by a Sears department store.

No opening date has been announced. The space they’ll use is 65,000 square feet and will give Round1 a second Valley location, the first being at Arrowhead Town Center in Glendale.

It will be the chain’s third location in Arizona, the other being in Tucson.

Bowling packages will include a VIP experience. There are also arcade games, including longtime American favorites and unique Japanese games.

Other locations also have billiards, karaoke in private rooms, ping-pong and more.

Visit round1usa.com to learn more.

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