Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Tilted 10 To Take Over Former J.C. Penney Space in Willow Grove Park

By Mannie Rivera CoStar Research

Paying homage to Willow Grove Park's roots as an amusement park, indoor family entertainment center Tilted 10 and Tilt Studio will be opening a new location in the former J.C. Penney space at the Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, mall in 2022.

The entertainment center, operated by Texas-based Nickels and Dimes Inc., will span two floors and occupy the entire 104,000-square-foot J.C. Penney space. Tilted 10's first location in the Philadelphia region is set to feature over 200 games and attractions, including a bowling alley, multi-level laser tag arena, black light mini golf course, bumper cars, virtual reality games, a pinball arcade, a prize redemption center and a restaurant.

The addition of Tilted 10 is part of a strategy by the mall's landlord, Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust, to expand offerings at Willow Grove Park to meet the changing needs of today's consumer.

"PREIT continues to lead the charge in proactively transforming our properties to create sought-after community centerpieces that serve a multitude of purposes," Joseph F. Coradino, CEO of PREIT, said in a statement. "Tilt is a trusted partner across our portfolio, and we’re excited to bring this unique entertainment experience to the Philadelphia region."

Willow Grove Park was originally an amusement park that opened in the late 1890s. The park operated until the mid 1970s and was later converted into the Willow Grove Park Mall in 1982.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.