Former Flint Bowling Alley Turned Shopping Center – Then and Now
The old AMF Town N Country Lanes building in Flint has a new purpose.
In case you haven't been in the Miller Road and I-75 area lately, the old AMF Town N Country Lanes building has been converted into a shopping center. The once-popular bowling alley in Flint has been given new life as Seeko Shopping Center.
It is easy to miss if you are not paying attention and just going about your normal day. I probably drove by the newly remodeled building 15 or 20 times before I happen to realize that the changes were made. The building looks great and it is nice to see that the old closed down bowling alley didn't end up as another abandoned eyesore in Flint.
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What businesses are in the new Seeko Shopping Center?
The new Seeko Shopping Center is already home to a few businesses with room for more. So far the following businesses have moved in:
- Dollar & Party Supply
- King's Cigar Lounge
- King's Cigar Lounge boasts a walk-in humidor, VIP memberships, lockers, large screen TVs, golf simulators, and more.
- Teriyaki Madness
- Coming soon
The new shopping center still has plenty of room for new stores and I can't wait to see what shows up next.
I have a lot of fond memories of Town N Country Lanes. Back in my early 20's my friends and I would go to something called "Quartermaina" where everything was just 25 cents including bowling, hot dogs, beers, and more. A roll of quarters and we were set for the night. Even though Town N Country is now gone, I hope that the new shopping center does well!
Check out the photos below of what it use to look like and what it looks like now.