The Rock Hill Galleria will soon have new options for bowling and dining, with Revolutions set to open there on Friday.
The 40,000 square-foot business will have 20 bowling lanes, a sports amphitheater with wall-to-wall televisions, a video arcade with more than 50 games, a full-service restaurant, a bar and live entertainment.
“We are truly excited to join the Rock Hill community and open a new and exciting venue to everyone south of Charlotte,” said Bruce Frank, CEO of Revolutions' parent company Frank Entertainment Group, in a statement.
The opening of Revolutions is just the latest in Rock Hill Galleria’s growth, as the shopping center has now announced the addition of more than 95,000 square feet of newly leased retail space during the fourth quarter of 2014 alone. Supplementing the opening of Revolutions, Rock Hill Galleria recently welcomed Home South, a 30,000-square-foot store featuring affordable home furnishings and décor that exude southern style.
“We are pleased to welcome Revolutions, the newest addition to Rock Hill Galleria,” stated Michael Wheat, managing director of leasing and marketing for Cypress Equities, the Galleria’s owner and managing agent. “The introduction of Revolutions expands Rock Hill Galleria’s draw by adding a new entertainment element to our more traditional retail offerings.”
The mall is anchored by Belk, Sears and JCPenney.