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Plans filed for Justin Amick’s boutique Buckhead bowling alley
Son of Atlanta restaurateur Bob Amick (owner of Concentrics Restaurants) to open The Painted Pin.
UPDATE (Dec. 7, 2013): ‘Painted Pin’ gets board approval for Miami Circle
Justin Amick is moving forward with plans to open a boutique bowling alley on Miami Circle in Buckhead.
A building permit application was filed with City of Atlanta Tuesday to convert a furniture/fabric showroom, at 727 Miami Circle, into the bowling alley.
An estimated $450,000 will be spent converting the 23,460-square-foot space into The Painted Pin Bowling Center. Geyer Construction will oversee the conversion, according to Build Zoom.
The center “would have 20 lanes, bocce ball courts, shuffleboard and pingpong,” Amick told the Atlanta Business Chronicle in an earlier report.
Photo courtesy Miami Circle Marketplace.