GREENSBORO, N.C. — This might be a reach for those new to the Triad. However, those who've been in the Piedmont for some time might remember the old Winn-Dixie on Holden Road in Greensboro.
It's obviously not a grocery store anymore.
A UNC Greensboro graduate and his business partner are turning it into an indoor entertainment complex called ParTee Shack.
It'll have a go-kart track, mini-golf, arcade games, and much more.
John Berger first brought the idea to a location in Raleigh.
He said he couldn't wait to get it to the Gate City.
"I always wanted to make my way back to Greensboro. I went to college at UNC Greensboro and so I'm super familiar with the area. I know that it's a growing area. A lot of families are starting to move here. Obviously, there's a big college network here with several four-year universities so it's a really great market for us. We want to be kind of in the mid-market it's not a huge huge one. It's a small family entertainment business and we focus on the family entertainment side. We want to make it accessible for any family regardless of our socioeconomic background or anything like that," Berger said.
Construction is still underway.
They hope to have the spot in the Holden Crossing Shopping Center open by the Spring.