Commercial Real Estate

Amusement park to soon occupy 41,396 square-foot space in Fayetteville

By Staff Report, posted 4 months ago

An exciting entertainment option is coming to Fayetteville. 

 

In the All American Crossings shopping center at 1400 Walter Reed Road, a new family amusement park, Epic Fun Park, will soon occupy the vacant anchor space. 

 

Previously, the 41,396 square-foot space was home to Omni Health & Fitness. 

 

Epic Fun Park is projected to open its doors in the summer of this year. The owners expect to hire 50-60 people. 

 

“The owners of this large anchor space wanted to make sure that it was occupied by a business that would be a good fit for the shopping center and an asset to the entire Fayetteville community,” said Bhatia. “We think we’ve found a great match in Epic Fun Park as they bring a unique concept to the area by combining several favorite family amusement activities under one roof,” Shelley Bhatia, vice president of TradeMark Properties, said. 

 

Adjacent to the site of the future Fun Park, 4,000 square feet of space is available for rent.
 

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