We're looking for a needle in a haystack example, of any mid-century bowling alleys that might have been re-purposed (in a preservation way) with a housing component (either as reuse and/or surrounding new construction).Any and all examples are helpful. Thanks!
Here is an 1976 bowling alley example about 50 miles south of San Francisco that was recently rehabbed. It stayed the bowling alley, though. However this 1947 rather small example (6K sf) in the Dimond District of Oakland is now a single family home (sold in 2015). From the early 1980s through the above mentioned sale it a print shop was set up in it.
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