R1 Indoor Karting co-owner purchases Cranston industrial building to house TimeZone HQ

PAUL GARCIA, center, marketing director for TimeZone, and company graphic designer Sarah Mendes cerebrate the recent acquisition of an industrial building at 180 Mill St. in Cranston. The building, purchased by R1 Indoor Karting Inc. co-owner Mike Hezemans, will house TimeZone's headquarters. / COURTESY TIMEZONE
PAUL GARCIA, center, marketing director for TimeZone, and company graphic designer Sarah Mendes cerebrate the recent acquisition of an industrial building at 180 Mill St. in Cranston. The building, purchased by R1 Indoor Karting Inc. co-owner Mike Hezemans, will house TimeZone's headquarters. / COURTESY TIMEZONE
CRANSTON – A top executive from Lincoln-based R1 Indoor Karting Inc. has acquired a large industrial building on Mill Street, where part of the facility will become TimeZone’s new headquarters. TimeZone, an entertainment affiliate of R1 Indoor Karting, is a unique time machine-type game room indoor recreation experience that opened its first location at R1…

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