The Virginia community of Warrenton has been without a bowling center for eight and a half years. That will change in 2022 now that the town council has voted unanimously to allow Brett and Patricia Mills to take over space in the Warrenton Village Center most recently occupied by a Gordmans department store.

Brett Mills, who had bowled for decades at Broadview Lanes, which closed in 2013, said the new bowling-based facility would include 18 lanes, a nine-hole blacklight miniature golf course, an arcade, a snack bar and a pro shop.

A January opening is anticipated.

Tysons, another Virginia city, is seeing its regional super mall reinvented with new tenants, including a Bowlero location.

In a 200,000-sq.-ft. space formerly occupied by a Macys department store, an Arhaus artisan furniture store is moving in, along with an RH (formerly known as Restoration Hardware) store and a Crate & Barrel location.

CMX Cinebistro and the Bowlero venue will follow later, adding entertainment options to the reimagined space.

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