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Indoor trampoline park enters market

July 20, 2016
| By Pat Evans |
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AirTime trampoline park mosh pit
A tie-wearing man jumps into a "mosh pit" at an AirTime trampoline park, while a woman prepares to take a leap. Courtesy Colliers West Michigan

A new trampoline park is bouncing into a 30,000-square-foot vacancy in town.

Michigan-based AirTime Trampoline & Game Park will open a location this fall in Grand Rapids in the former Menards space at the Shops at CenterPoint, at 3665 28th St. SE, next to Planet Fitness, according to Colliers West Michigan today.

The lease was signed in May.

The facility will feature wall-to-wall trampolines for open jumping, foam pits, two dodgeball courts and slam-dunk basketball. The location will also have live DJs.

Colliers West Michigan advisors Mark Ansara and Earl Clements worked with AirTime broker Alan Stern of Friedman Integrated Real Estate Solutions to bring the trampoline park to Grand Rapids.

The AirTime franchise serves four other locations in southeast Michigan.

“The Shops at CenterPoint is a destination for family entertainment, which makes it a perfect location for AirTime,” Stern said. “This trampoline park encourages family fun and wellness, and we’re excited to get the entire Grand Rapids community jumping.”

CenterPoint is owned by Stonemar Properties and includes 575,000 square feet of shopping space.

“We have seen a lot of growth and excitement for commercial spaces that blend entertainment and retail uses, and CenterPoint is a great example of this trend,” Ansara said. “CenterPoint is surrounded by family neighborhoods, and AirTime will give folks another option for a healthy, fun activity. And AirTime isn’t just for kids.”

CenterPoint also has a 30,000-square-foot space available adjacent to the AirTime location.

“Bringing Airtime Trampoline to the Shops at CenterPoint is an example of our property management strategy: to improve our properties by offering experiences that cannot be replicated on the Internet,” said Greg Guido, co-managing member, Stonemar Properties. “We acquire and then enhance our shopping centers by creating new community hubs, supplementing well-performing traditional retailers with relevant entertainment and experience-based retail where people can eat, shop and play.”

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