Air Fun in Greensboro


An indoor adventure park featuring wall-to-wall trampolines is set to open this summer in the 35,000-square-foot Harris Teeter store in the Golden Gate shopping center in Greensboro, Tenn. Mark Gold, a developer and investor who specializes in renovating retail centers, purchased the 151,371-square-foot property last year for more than $7 million.


Shopping mall adventure park will be modeled
after these hexagonal designs.

Gold is building the AirFun adventure park in partnership with Eurobungy, a Miami-based company that he has partnered with on similar projects across the country. In addition to trampolines, the space will include a climbing wall, a ropes course for adults, an electric go-kart track, and party rooms for birthday events. The project is expected to cost nearly $2 million.

In total, Gold plans to invest $3 million to $4 million to revive the shopping center and said it is currently 90 percent occupied by retail stores.


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Troy Hawks contributes to Adventure Park Insider, Ski Area Management, and a variety of other publications and websites. He has held editorial positions at business magazines serving outdoor sports and recreation as well as manufacturing and textiles. Most recently he was communications manager for the National Ski Areas Association and editor of the NSAA Journal. He also serves as a communications consultant for several clients. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, he now lives in Denver, Colo.

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