Scene75, a Dayton, Ohio-based family entertainment company, recently announced plans for a 90,000-square-foot location in the Pittsburgh-adjacent suburb of Edgewood, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. To be built in a recently shuttered Kmart, the location will include a slew of attractions, including: indoor go-karts, laser tag, food trucks, blacklight mini golf, virtual reality headsets, bumper cars, a 4-D motion theater and 120 arcade games.
The location will be the company’s fourth, but its first outside of Ohio. It currently operates locations in Cincinnati, Dayton and Cleveland. “We’ve been looking for an opportunity in the Pittsburgh market for a long time, and when the opportunity in Edgewood came available, we knew there was no better chance,” said Jonah Sandler, Scene75’s founder and CEO. The ambitious project will be the largest indoor FEC in Pennsylvania, and is slated for a late 2018 opening.