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This alley was opened by Leone and Sons in 1958. The architecture of the building was classic mid century modern. The Winkel family took over in 1970 and ran it until its closing in 2005. They had invested 250K in 2000 to modernize the place but it eventually became more valuable as a real estate deal than a bowling business. After they sold the place, it burned in November of that year. The alley was demolished and an office building was built at that address which stands today.