It's already known that the 90,000 square foot Bowlmor Lanes scheduled to open in the old New York Times Building in Times Square this fall will have a David Burke restaurants, two nightclubs, an event ballroom, and 50 lanes. But what of the themed bowling areas, "each representing important time periods or locations in New York City"?
Want to see how a corporate bowling giant interprets areas of New York life and culture? It's just as amusing as one would imagine. Click through the above renderings that depict Central Park, 1960's Times Square, Chinatown, the subway, Downtown, the Brooklyn Bridge, Uptown, Tribeca Lofts, the World of Warhol, and a speakeasy, and please, do read the captions.
· All Coverage of Bowlmor Lanes [~ENY~]