A company called Topgolf is building an indoor-outdoor golf facility in Roseville. The Sacramento Business Journal's Managing Editor of Digital News - Christopher Arns - says it'll be located at the intersection of Blue Oaks and Washington boulevards, near Highway 65.
"It would cover 65,000 square feet, include more than 100 climate-controlled hitting bays and offer micro-chipped golf balls to keep track of scoring," says Arns.
Topgolf wants to hire 450 people, including 100 full-time jobs. The facility is supposed to open in late August.
Arns also tells us about...new stores coming to the aging Country Club Plaza in the wake of departures by Macy's and Sport Chalet...what's next for backers of the Nishi Gateway innovation center in Davis...and a new data center coming to McClellan Park.