Groundbreaking for Cookeville’s Infinite Entertainment facility should take place within a month.
Turfway Entertainment Founder and President David Wallace said crews should begin constructing the family entertainment center by December.
“We have completed our footprints for the facility and we have a couple renderings that we have finalized,” Wallace said. “We are running a little bit behind because the architects and general contractors are very busy with the booming economy right now.”
The 45,000 square foot facility will be located on the corner of Veterans Drive and South Walnut Avenue, next to the Gables housing units and the new Shoppes at Eagle Point.
“We hope to open by the middle of spring, but we are gearing up and working on it everyday,” Wallace said. “It will be here before you know it.”
The facility will include state-of-the-art bowling lanes, bumper cars, two story laser tag, and a full-service restaurant.
Wallace said the facility will cost about $11 million and create nearly 150 jobs starting out, many of those being server and bartender positions.