Round 1 Bowling Moving Forward In Portion of Former Cumberland Mall Sears

Entertainment venue has received the necessary permits to buildout its new 80,000-square-foot home.
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Round 1 Bowling & Amusement is moving forward with plans to open its second Atlanta-area location, this time in Cumberland Mall.

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The entertainment venue was recently issued permits by Cobb County to go vertical on its new outpost, set to replace the 80,000-square-foot first floor of the former Sears building, at 2860 Cumberland Mall Suite 1500.

Sears closed its Cumberland Mall doors in 2018.

Round 1’s new Cobb County outpost is expected to cost nearly $6,000,000 to construct, according to the plans.

Once complete, the entertainment venue will offer bowling, arcade games, pool tables, private karaoke rooms, ping pong, and a restaurant and bar.

It’s unclear when the Cumberland Mall Round 1 will open its doors.

Shintaro “Shane” Kaji, COO and EVP of business development for Round 1, did not respond to What Now Atlanta’s request for comment earlier this week.

Employees at the Stonecrest Mall location were not reachable Friday and the company’s website simply lists the Cumberland Mall Round 1 as a “future location” with no additional details.

Round 1 is one of several new tenants slated to replace Sears in Cumberland Mall.

Dick’s Sporting Goods and Golf Galaxy would take the former department store’s upper level, sharing nearly 70,000 square feet, joining the mall’s existing anchors Macy’s and Costco.

There are also plans for a Planet Fitness at the Brookfield Properties center.

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