PHILADELPHIA - Puttshack, the world’s only upscale, tech-infused mini golf experience with global food and drink, announced today it has signed a new lease in the heart of Philadelphia’s Center City, a vibrant and dynamic neighborhood. Puttshack Philadelphia is expected to open in summer 2023.
Puttshack Philadelphia Is Expected To Open In Summer 2023
Located inside The Shops at Liberty Place at 1625 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, Puttshack will attract people of all ages looking for a great night out by filling the 26,000-square-foot venue with four tech-driven, highly competitive mini-golf courses powered by the brand’s leading patented Trackaball™ technology that keeps score for you as you play. The gameplay is matched by an innovative, globally-inspired dining menu and cocktail program. The upscale entertainment space will offer multiple semi- and fully private event spaces for exclusive parties and include two full-service bars.
Puttshack Philadelphia will be conveniently located inside the magnificent, award-winning retail complex, nestled between the One Liberty Place and Two Liberty Place office towers. Positioned in the heart of the Center City shopping district, The Shops at Liberty Place is one of the finest urban retail centers in the country.
Puttshack successfully opened its first two U.S. locations in Atlanta and Chicago in 2021, which continue to outperform all success metrics, and joined its four hugely popular London locations. New locations in the U.S. will open this summer in Boston and Miami, followed by Denver, Houston, Pittsburgh, Scottsdale, St. Louis, Dallas, and Nashville, and its second Atlanta location into 2023.
Already proven in attracting the younger target demographic, the Puttshack team is continuing its strategic expansion plans, identifying optimum locations in top MSAs across the U.S. Puttshack is represented in the Philadelphia market by Jacob Cooper of MSC (hellomsc.com) and Robert Johnson of Emerging Concepts (emergingconcepts.com). Michael Gorman, Iryna Iryk, and Madelaine Whitehead of Metro Commercial (metrocommercial.com) represented the Landlord in The Shops at Liberty Place transaction.