New entertainment venue pins hopes on Greenwood Village redevelopment

Pindustry offers classic bowling and duckpin bowling — a edition of bowling that takes advantage of lesser pins and balls without the need of finger holes on a shorter lane. (Lucy Peterson pictures)

A 54,500-sq.-foot cafe and bar opened Sunday in Greenwood Village, marking the 1st new job inside the city’s recently set up Arapahoe Enjoyment District.

Pindustry is a two-amount enjoyment location at 7939 E. Arapahoe Highway that delivers common bowling, duckpin bowling — a version of bowling that utilizes smaller sized pins and balls with out finger holes on a shorter lane — pinball and other arcade online games, as effectively as Italian-motivated shareable dishes. It also has an outdoor beer garden and a 16,000-sq.-foot rooftop deck.

The Arapahoe Amusement District was proven by the city in late 2019 and is supposed to include business, retail and amusement progress amongst Syracuse Way and I-25 north of Arapahoe Road.

The 54,500-square-foot Pindustry cafe and bar in Greenwood Village.

Centennial-based mostly Kelmore Improvement, which has been creating together Arapahoe Road for 30 years, proposed Pindustry to the city to emulate similar principles it noticed rising about the state that incorporate a number of groups of amusement. The making in which it was developed was previously Greenwood Automotive.

“We worked with the town early on to try to share what our feelings had been on that,” reported Kelmore proprietor Bob Koontz. “We’re just one piece of it, but we’re the 1st piece to redevelop in the Arapahoe Enjoyment District.”

Just a block absent from Fiddler’s Environmentally friendly Amphitheatre, Pindustry hopes to serve as a spot to go to in advance of and following concerts, and will also host stay songs of its possess. It opens at 4 p.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. on weekends, and will only permit all those 21 and around to enter soon after 8 p.m.

The enjoyment location options pinball equipment and other arcade video games.

Pindustry has an 8,500-sq.-foot outdoor beer garden, and will employ the garage doorways that had been put in with the previous car store to open up its indoor eating spots to the exterior. The venue can be reserved for non-public or semi-private events on the rooftop deck or the outdoor beer yard.

“This is of class the initial prototype of a new concept and so we’re hoping that it does very well for this region and the entertainment project,” Koontz reported. “If it does very well and is as one of a kind as we think, it is then perhaps something we do somewhere else.”

Kelmore Development’s previous entertainment developments incorporate Celeb Lanes and Regal Theaters. It is also doing work on the Exchange at Boulevard Just one retail complex in Lowry, which has lured Concentrate on and Clark’s Marketplace as tenants. The organization is developing that challenge with Denver-based Confluent Growth.