Triple Play expands fun park
A nearly 9,000-square-foot expansion at Triple Play Family Fun Park in Hayden is expected to open in March. The project is adding a larger laser tag arena as well as an indoor ropes course area. Total construction project value is about $1.5 million, said Mike Murphy, Triple Play general manager.
The new laser tag arena replaces a smaller laser tag attraction, and the ropes course will stand 32 feet tall in a three-story space.
Triple Play has about 40,000 square feet of space for family play attractions and another 20,000 square feet for its Raptor Reef Indoor Water Park.
Murphy said Triple Play is its own contractor for work that began in September. The addition is located at the front of the building on the west side. The building activity hasn’t interrupted business, Murphy said.
Industrial Park to host safety firm
Mallory Safety & Supply LLC has leased about 5,000 square feet of space in the Spokane Business & Industrial Park, at 3808 N. Sullivan Road, in Spokane Valley. It’s moving from a nearby Valley site.
Based in Longview, Wash., the safety and industrial supply distributor has branches in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and California. Products include safety clothing and equipment for workplaces. It also provides safety training and equipment rentals.
Chase Breckner, marketing specialist for Spokane Business & Industrial Park, helped arrange the lease.
Pizza eatery to open downtown
Holeshot Pizza & Brew will open this spring at River Park Square in a food court space previously occupied by Pizza Oven.
Owner Kevin McRae plans to run a brick-oven pizza restaurant along with an adjacent beer and wine bar called The First Turn. The restaurant, which also will serve pizza by the slice and salads, will have decor themed after off-road motorcycle racing. McRae is a 20-year resident of Spokane.
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