WEST LOOP — Developers who aim to bring a Brooklyn Bowl bowling alley to a Fulton Market building will meet Tuesday with the community.
Building owners will discuss their renovation plans at 6 p.m. Tuesday at 857 W. Fulton Market. The community meeting is sponsored by the West Loop Community Organization.
According to a zoning application, the 60,000-square-foot complex at 832-836 W. Fulton Market would include bowling lanes, a stage and restaurant.
The owner is pursuing a zoning change to renovate the existing three-story building on the site, according to Martha Goldstein, executive director of the West Loop Community Organization.
The building's first floor would house another 18,000 square feet of retail space. The second and third floors would house commercial space and a two-story Brooklyn Bowl location.
Brooklyn Bowl's first location in Brooklyn, N.Y., opened in 2009. Since then, additional locations in London and Las Vegas have also been developed.
The parent company of Brooklyn Boulders Chicago, an indoor rock climbing facility now open in the West Loop, is also based in Brooklyn.
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