Among the fine dining and luxury shops of downtown Greenwich stands a new epicenter for table tennis.
CRUSH, a state-of-the-art table tennis center, has opened to the public with two floors filled with table tennis equipment sprawled out across 6,000-square-foot of space with four different areas for guests to play in. The tables come with LED light fixtures and International Table Tennis Federation-certified paddles and balls.
In addition, the upstairs portion of the establishment has been done up as a lounge area with leather chairs, televisions and beer and wine, which owner Michael Tolle said can be used for private parties.
According to Tolle, the project has been in the works since early 2019 when he was in discussion with Katie DeLuca, Greenwich’s Director of Planning & Zoning, about converting the space at 255 Field Point Road, which previously served as a light industrial facility.
“It’s about bringing an activity that is open to the public,” Tolle said, adding that he wanted to provide a high “quality of equipment” to appease both professionals and first-time visitors.Read full story at Greenwich Time.