The bowling will continue while the lanes are on the market.By Paul Martino

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A unique and historic site in the city’s Lawrenceville neighborhood is up for sale.

The owners of Arsenal Lanes told KDKA’s Paul Martino that they hope a new owner will come along and keep the decades-old bowling tradition alive.

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The bowling alley has been serving up strikes, spares and gutter balls since 1938. Located on the second floor at 44th and Butler streets, it’s become a hip hangout.

The New York Times referred to it as a place “where old school bowling vibe meets nightclub atmosphere.” Famous stars, including Tom Hanks, have hung out there.

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But now owner Paul Buncher wants to put away his bowling shoes and sell it to a new, younger owner.

“It’s time. I’m at that age. I don’t want to work as much as I used to. We’d like to get out of Pittsburgh when it’s cold, which is when this business is the busiest,” said Buncher.

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The bowling will continue while the lanes are on the market. What is the asking price? It is $595,000.