The parent company of Frankie’s Fun Park (The Godley Group) just purchased a large section of Huntersville’s new Bryton Town Center, with likely plans to build a new Frankie’s Fun Park.
The Carolina-based chain features mini golf, go karts, laser tag, arcades, shops, and restaurants.
Frankie’s Fun Park currently has locations in Raleigh, Greenville, Charleston, and Columiba – this would be their first Charlotte area location.
According to Mecklenburg County Tax records, a newly formed company called ‘Godley Group of Charlotte LLC’, (a subsidiary of the Charleston-based Godley Group) just purchased a 18.6 acre section of the new ‘Bryton Town Center’ mixed-use development at the corner of Everette Keith Road and Bryton Corporate Center Drive in Huntersville.
The property was purchased for $2.4 million from Bryton Town Center developer American Asset Corporation.
AAC has built several of Charlotte’s other well-known developments, including; the Arboretum in South Charlotte, the Whitehall complex (with the world famous spinning head), and Huntersville’s new NorthCross.
Placing amusement facilities in mixed-use developments seems to be an increasing trend in Charlotte, as AAC is also bringing the wildly popular TopGolf complex to its Whitehall development and the SkyHigh facility was recently built next to Carolina Place Mall.
Are you excited about a Frankie’s Fun Park coming to the Charlotte region?