Jump Zone, which provides an assortment of activities for kids, is opening in Hobart.
A statement from Schererville-based commercial real estate firm Latitude Commercial said Georgia-based Jump Zone has signed a long-term sublease for the former Walgreens at 1605 E. 37th Ave.
“We are very excited to open the first Jump Zone in Indiana,” said Myles Rapchak with Latitude Commercial. “It is an excellent location and is going to bring a family-friendly atmosphere to Hobart and surrounding cities.”
The 15,068-square-foot building is being remodeled and is expected to open by fall.
Jump Zone, which was founded in March 2003, has 13 locations across the country.
Jump Zone offers a variety of activities for kids including giant inflatable bounce houses and slides, obstacle courses, arcade games and birthday parties.
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