Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort held a ribbon cutting ceremony for their new bowling alley and entertainment addition on August 29. The facility will open to the general public on September 1.
The 53,000-square-foot Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort will bring a bowling center with 24 lanes; 16 on the main level and eight on the second floor. Plus, the addition will offer a 3,300-square-foot arcade and a full-service restaurant, bar, and an event stage for family-friendly entertainment.
Robins & Morton of Birmingham, Alabama, served as the general contractor and Brunswick Bowling Products of Muskegon, Michigan, served as the construction manager. Cornerstone Architects, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, provided design and architecture services for the project. The facility will be managed by Ultrastar Multi-tainment Centers of Phoenix, Arizona.