PHOTOS: Tuscaloosa Realty Company Lists Unrecognizable Leland Lanes for $1.75 Million
Alberta City's iconic Leland Lanes bowling alley is officially on the market, available now for a whopping $1.75 million.
The bowling alley was built in 1959 and opened its doors the next year, serving the Alberta area and broader Tuscaloosa community for almost 60 years before closing its doors in May 2019 after Bowlero opened on McFarland Boulevard in April 2019.
The property, located at 1126 26th Avenue East, is listed by Druid City Properties and is 27,564 square feet in size.
Scroll through the gallery below to see the almost unrecognizable Leland Lanes before its next owner decides the building's future.
Former Leland Lanes Bowling Alley Property Now For Sale
The longtime Alberta City bowling alley, which opened its doors in 1960, is on the market. The bowling alley closed in May 2019 following the opening of Bowlero The property, which is over 27,000 square feet in size, is currently listed at $1.75 million and is being listed by Druid City Properties.
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