Palos Verdes Bowl Closed After 61 Years In Torrance

Bowling center closes doors after six decades in the Torrance community.

A Torrance landmark officially closed its doors for good.

The Daily Breeze reports that Palos Verdes Bowl, a Torrance landmark for 61 years, has shut its doors as of Friday, January 31st. According to The Daily Breeze, the closure happened to make way for a new shopping center, which will be the home of a new Aldi's grocery store.

The famous South Bay bowling alley opened on Crenshaw Boulevard in 1958 with over 40 wooden lanes for all the bowling fun. Palos Verdes Bowl even operated 24/7 at one point, adds The Daily Breeze.

The news outlets also states bowling started to decline, but many South Bay & Torrance fanatics can still find many bowling alleys in the area. Currently word on when demolition, and construction of the new shopping center will begin.

Read the full story at dailybreeze.com.

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