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Jair Lynch Proposes Bowling Alley Restaurant Concept At Half Street Project

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A rendering of Jair Lynch's Half Street project

Nationals fans meeting up before a game may soon have the opportunity for some light recreational competition of their own. 

Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners has filed plans to add an entertainment-focused restaurant with an eight-lane bowling alley to its Half Street development across from Nats Park, Urban Turf reports.

The developer is nearing completion of a lease with an undisclosed tenant that will be similar in style to Pinstripes in Georgetown, according to a source. The architectural designs filed with the zoning commission also show bocce courts; and pool, foosball and ping pong tables; in addition to a bar and lounge seating area. 

The Capitol Riverfront development at the corner of Half Street SE and M Street SE will have 432 units, roughly one-third of which will offer views into Nats Park. The building is expected to deliver in 2018.