The center was managed by Marvin Lowry and featured Brunswick "Gold Crown" automatic pinsetters, ball returns and "tel-e-score" scoring equipment. It was open 24-hours a day and completely air-conditioned. It featured a pro shop, supervised nursery, snack bar, "Crown Room" lounge, and bowling classes.
The steel-framed rectangular building was topped by a massive sculptured bowling pin on the edge of the roof.
After extensive remodeling, the former bowling center now houses LabCorp diagnostic testing services.