Developer files for Bankruptcy, Entertainment Center in Jeopardy


A proposed plan to build New England’s first Brunswick Zone at 128 Newbury St., a spot on the highway near the intersection with Winona Street is now in danger of not getting off the ground. The local developer responsible for the project is South Pike LLC, who was supposed to collaborate with Illinois-based Brunswick Corporation in building a 50,000 square foot bowling alley and family entertainment center located at Route 1 south. Unfortunately, South Pike whose former manager and principal stockholder is developer Richard Marchese filed for bankruptcy.

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