What? No Bowling Alley?
Currently, the building’s 3,000 square-foot lobby, which will include a weight room, media center, bar, stage and lounge for private uses and special community events is having all of its electrical work finalized, according to Daniel Crnkovic, superintendent of construction. Eventually, it’s set to include marble floors and a grand fireplace.
Gash has ties to the community through his great-great-grandparents who came to the Monterey Peninsula from Oklahoma to work in the canneries. He said that opening up the space for community use is the company’s way of saying “thank you” to both the city and local residents who have supported the project