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August 4, 2021

Topgolf starts construction on entertainment venue in the US

Topgolf Renton-Seattle is located off Logan Ave and will feature a new skylit central atrium design.

Topgolf Entertainment Group has started construction on the first multi-level venue, Topgolf Renton-Seattle, in the US.

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With this new entertainment venue, Topgolf will introduce its technology-enabled entertainment experience to the greater Seattle area.

Located off Logan Ave near Boeing’s Renton Factory and The Landing Shopping mall, the three-level venue Topgolf Renton-Seattle will feature Topgolf’s new skylit central atrium design.

The atrium has comfortable seating, yard games, and a giant video wall.

Topgolf chief development officer Chris Callaway said: “We’re thrilled to kick off the development of Topgolf Renton-Seattle and look forward to unveiling this state-of-the-art venue.

“This exciting development will not only allow us to entertain the community but also further enhance the south end of Lake Washington by serving as an anchor in Renton’s entertainment district.”

The venue will feature 102 outdoor hitting bays, a full-service restaurant and a bar. It will also have event space for corporate and social events.

Additionally, private event rooms will be available at Topgolf Renton-Seattle for corporate meetings, celebrations and more.

Renton Mayor Armondo Pavone said: “This is an exciting moment for the Renton community, and I look forward to the project’s groundbreaking and completion.

“The addition of Topgolf to The Landing will serve as another source of entertainment for those who frequent the area and provide more job opportunities for Renton residents.”

Expected to open next year, the venue will employ more than 500 associates.

Topgolf, which operates more than 70 venues in five countries across the globe, also operates the Lounge by Topgolf in Kirkland, an all-indoor upscale bar and restaurant concept.

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