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New trampoline park, indoor entertainment core is coming to Tucson

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They're hoping you'll fall for them.
Defy Tucson, an indoor entertainment and trampoline park, is coming to city next 12 months.
The business has leased the more than 41,000-rectangular-foot house that previously housed JCPenney domestic shop at 4861 N. Stone Ave., on the nook with East River road.
The undertaking park will characteristic ninja impediment lessons, zip strains, stunt falls, dive-in foam pits and trampoline dodgeball.
Defy Tucson is one in every of a few leisure concepts that has entered the Tucson market in contemporary years as shops and looking centers look to attract shoppers with "information superhighway-proof" locations.
"we are in an 'event economic climate' and this category of entertainment/trampoline park is a major participant in giving consumers a reason to get out from behind their computing device displays and convey family, friends, or colleagues to a spot where they can have a good time doing whatever that they can also not be able to do elsewhere," referred to Nancy McClure, first vice president with CBRE's Tucson office, who represented the tenant along with Nena Mass and Nathalie Mondane of CBRE's Chicago office.
during the past three years, offerings of indoor golf, batting cages, smash rooms, vintage arcades and indoor racing have opened in Tucson.
"These styles of leisure venues are re-energizing browsing centers that have seen a decline in buyer traffic; they bring in greater people and stay for longer periods," McClure said. "Defy saw this region as a major enviornment to capitalize on the draw of the regional mall, foremost retail and the demographics that are pulled to those styles of hubs for a pretty good 10-mile radius."
Defy Tucson is expected to open through summer 2019.
Defy's guardian company, CircusTrix, has a community of greater than 300 facilities international, including brands like Sky Zone, Superfly, Rockin'leap and Ryze.
"we are in fact enthusiastic about contributing a fit and fun enjoyment choice for the Tucson group," noted David Weinstein, co-government manager of Defy Tucson. "We appear forward no longer best to offering Tucson residents with a special, fun, and match location to socialize, but also to fitting energetic companions with other people and local corporations to make a positive have an effect on on the group at big."

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