EDGEWOOD (KDKA) — The old Kmart store at Edgewood Towne Center has a new life.READ MORE: Two Of The Three Victims Killed In The Biomat USA Plasma Center Car Crash Were Employees
The space reopened Friday night as Scene75, which is being billed as the largest entertainment facility in Western Pennsylvania.
“We have arcade games throughout the entire space,” said owner Jonah Sandler.
His company spent $10 million transforming the place.
There are tricked out bumper cars, and even an indoor go-kart track, where you can chart your speed and compete with others.
“So these are electric cars, so no fumes, no emissions,” said Sandler. “They’re practically silent.”READ MORE: Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Pittsburgh Area; High Winds, Potential Hail Expected
There’s a big bar in the middle of the place, and also three places that resemble food trucks where you can get tacos, wings and pizza.
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They have a mini bowling alley with bocce-sized balls. As well as a two-story laser tag course with special effects and room for more than 40 people to play at once.
There are also two different black-light mini-golf courses.
Scene75 began in Ohio, with locations in Dayton, Cleveland and Cincinnati.
There’s no admission. Instead, you pay for each activity by loading money on a game card.MORE NEWS: Consumer Alert Issued For Italian Village Pizza/Shake Shop In Pleasant Hills
They say their goal is to offer something for everyone.