Trampoline Park Set For Former Noblesville Marsh

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(photo courtesy of Urban Air Adventure Park) (photo courtesy of Urban Air Adventure Park)

Another vacant Marsh supermarket building will soon have new life. Texas-based Urban Air Adventure Park has announced plans to transform the Noblesville building into a 34,000-square-foot indoor trampoline recreation and entertainment center.

The company is not detailing its financial investment in the new location, but says it will create 60 jobs. The center will feature wall-to-wall trampolines, as well as rock climbing, obstacle courses, indoor playgrounds for younger children, and the Urban Air Sky Rider Indoor Coaster, among other attractions.

Urban Air currently has locations in Bloomington and Franklin and the new Noblesville location is expected to open in the spring of 2019.

The move is the latest transformation of a former Marsh Supermarkets building since the company filed for bankruptcy in 2017. Earlier this month, G4 Complete Entertainment announced it would turn a vacant Marsh into an entertainment complex. Five other former Marsh locations are set to go up for auction next week.

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