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Tuesday, February 25, 2020

'Dart Rush' at Newport on the Levee Announces Closure

Jonbob Willis' family friendly 'Dart Rush' at the Levee announces closure.

By Jessie Eden

'Dart Rush', a family friendly Nerf Battle Arena has announced that it will close on March 1st.

Co-owner Jonbob Willis, a Fort Thomas resident, opened the concept with Andy Garrett, Mitch Kenney and Brent White. The space opened in 2018 as a way to bring families together.

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The concept was Cincinnati's first and only Nerf Battle arena. It was designed for all ages. The arena was almost 5,000 sq. ft. and included various obstacles, a DJ and two referees.

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The Dart Rush website states at the top of the page that the attraction will close on March 1.

The news comes after many change at the Levee. North American Properties (NAP) purchased the property in December 2018. NAP said that it plans to invest more than $100 million in the 360,000-square-foot mixed-use property along the Ohio River. In the past year, Mitchell's Fish Market has been demolished, Barnes and Nobel left and new renderings for offices were released for those retail locations. 

Dewey's Pizza also announced it's closure at the beginning of February with plans to relocate within the Levee. 

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