Latitude 360, a restaurant, bowling alley, theater and arcade, is slated to open in the vacant building.
The game, Hastings Paradise Harlem Renaissance, features historical figures from the Harlem Renaissance.
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Studios start at $2,400 per month and two-bedrooms rent for $4,930 per month at 66 Rockwell.
Competitive players of the pro-hunting arcade game embrace the motto: "Make Shots. Take Shots."
A backer of Kemistry plans to open a "social club for teenagers," according to a local blog.
The new Chelsea location of the combo bar and arcade is set to open by mid-summer, owners said.
Frogger, Donkey Kong and Spy Hunter are some of the video games at Two-Bit's.
The hugely popular bar-arcade combo is hoping to open on West 24th Street.
The Chinatown Fair arcade reopened at 8 Mott St. more than a year after closing.
Authorities declared Central Park's Bethesda Fountain a "Quiet Zone," reportedly blitzing musicians with tickets.
The Chinatown Fair Video Arcade, a downtown hangout for decades, might close.
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