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A new anchor tenant is coming to 4th Street Live -- the Sports & Social Club that will replace the Lucky Strike bowling alley that closed earlier this year.

Sports & Social Club planned at 4th Street Live

By Sheldon S. Shafer/The Courier-Journal


A new anchor tenant is coming to 4th Street Live — the Sports & Social Club that will replace the Lucky Strike bowling alley that closed earlier this year.


The Cordish Co., which owns 4th Street Live, plans to develop the Sports & Social Club in several of its urban developments across the country.


The 4th Street Live site, expected to open April 23 with four bars, will be the first and the flagship for the concept, Cordish partner Reed Cordish said.


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