July 31, 2021

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Nearby leaders weigh in on U.S.-31’s developing entertainment corridor

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HOLLAND TWP. — In a fifty percent-mile corridor along U.S.-31, there is a kind of entertainment for absolutely everyone.

At the time-empty storefronts have started out to fill up. Amongst Felch Street and James Road, people and visitors can find a host of indoor and outside attractions.

Area staples like The Missing City, a quarter-century aged arcade and laser tag heart, and Nelis’ Dutch Village, an academic topic park, have been joined by organizations like X-Golfing and City Air Journey Park in the previous Westshore Shopping mall.

This drop, The Rink on James Street will reopen beneath a new name (RollXscape) following a total rework. Just throughout the road, Zero Latency — the initial cost-free-roam virtual truth heart in Michigan — will open up by October.

After the firms open, families and visitors can accessibility golfing simulators, a race automobile simulator, a trampoline park, multiple arcades, mini-golf, laser tag, mini-bowling, a roller rink, free-roam digital actuality, warrior classes and a just lately restored carousel — all in a day.

More:Community customers focus on space utilization together U.S.-31

A lot more:Michigan’s first cost-free-roam VR center to open up in Holland Township

A lot more:X-Golf Holland opens in The Outlets at Westshore

That’s a significant change from two several years back, when U.S.-31 was littered with much more than 25 vacant storefronts. At the time, citizens ended up concerned about the emergence of developments, which remained vacant, somewhat than redeveloping current areas.

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