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Proposed entertainment center with indoor go-karts looking for new site

Land and Space

Journal Sentinel business reporter Tom Daykin talks about commercial real estate and development.

Dec. 03, 2010
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By Tom Daykin of the Journal Sentinel

Dec. 03, 2010 0

A family entertainment center, featuring indoor go-kart racing tracks, proposed for an empty warehouse in the Town of Brookfield is looking for a new location.

Mark Damico had planned to open Top Dog Speedway and Family Entertainment Center in a 43,300-square-foot building at 21875 Doral Road, just north of I-94 and east of Springdale Road.

But that location fell through, Damico told me, and he's now looking at other sites.

The entertainment center would feature two indoor tracks: a small one for young children and a longer one, with higher speeds, for older children and adults. The center also would feature batting cages, dark-light miniature golf, video games, a golf simulator, and party rooms.

Fun World entertainment center, also in the Town of Brookfield, closed this week, and will have an auction of its fixtures on Saturday.

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