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The master broker for Urban Air Adventure Parks told a convention of retail real estate executives on Monday that the Dallas-based chain was poised to deliver on that promise and would be doubling its shopping center presence to 100 locations this year before doubling them again to 200 by the end of 2019.
“Trampoline parks were the Nineties; people want more,” said Stern, a principal of Edge Realty Partners at the International Council of Shopping Centers show in Orlando. “So we’re giving them indoor skydiving, obstacle courses, zip-lines, and Euro-style go-carts.” . . . more