LATITUDE BOUNCES TO NEW HEIGHTS

LATITUDE BOUNCES TO NEW HEIGHTS

TRAMPOLINES, dodgeball arenas, basketball lanes, climbing walls, battle beams and obstacle courses are just some of the new attractions trampoline park operator Latitude are bringing to Adelaide.

Latitude has made its foray into Adelaide by opening a second Australian trampoline park at Greenacres in the city's north-east.

The 3,211sqm warehouse is injecting a tonne of fun into the area with attractions including an integrated trampoline and climbing park, with a dedicated children's area.

CBRE's Dallas Sears says the new park will help revitalise the warehouse space that has been vacant since the departure of Sam's Warehouse in 2014.

"The arrival of Latitude into Greenacres is a significant boon for the area, with the new park set to be a major attraction attracting surrounding residents, families, and visitors," Sears says.

"Latitude was eager to take advantage of this modern property, which provided the space and flexibility to be customised for this unique fitout."

Sears negotiated the five-year deal on behalf of The Warehouse Greenacres joint venture with the asking rental being $175 per sqm.

Latitude is located at 3-15 Fosters Road, Greenacres.

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