VR Arcades Moving into Empty Spaces in Shopping Malls

Published by , May 8, 2017 12:39 pm

(TechCrunch)  VR theaters and arcades like Virtualities are starting to pop up in empty spaces in malls around the U.S., including Burningham’s startup, located in what used to be an Aeropostale on the second floor of the Gateway Mall on Salt Lake City’s west side. These spaces are empty because of the rapid decline in shopping malls throughout the country. Anchor stores have pulled out of numerous suburban malls.
Virtualities so far has two locations in Utah; the first one in the Gateway Mall and a second location Burningham just opened about a month ago in a fading strip mall 30 minutes north of Salt Lake in Layton, Utah.

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