Vertex Arena offers a turfed and netted 3,000 square feet battlefield for bow and arrow tag, nerf tag, and field dodgeball. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Vertex Arena offers a turfed and netted 3,000 square feet battlefield for bow and arrow tag, nerf tag, and field dodgeball. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Vertex Arena comes to Redmond

The new business hopes to connect people through the power of play.

A new arena has made its debut in Redmond.

Vertex Arena (VA), located at 10700 231st Way NE #100, is a high-end entertainment venue with a restaurant, full bar and activities for the whole family.

The arena is owned by Tony Cui, who also owns Elevated Sportz in Bothell. At VA, the goal is to connect people through the power of play.

The new business offers more than 10,000 square feet of elevated wall-to-wall trampolines on five different trampoline court areas. Trampolines include a foam pit, slam dunk basketball, high-performance trampolines and a freestyle main court with wrap-up trampolines. VA also offers a seven-lane ninja course with easy, moderate and hard obstacle challenges, battle beam and a turfed and netted 3,000 square-foot battlefield for bow and arrow tag, Nerf tag and field dodge ball.

Eva Timm, marketing director for the company, encouraged the community to come check out VA. VA provides tours for those interested in learning more.

“People can build bonds here, ” Timm said. “[It’s] a place where you’ll connect with people through activities, team building and breaking bread with friends and family.”

To learn more about VA, see www.vertexarena.com.




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Vertex Arena operations manager Nick Myers teaches a Microsoft team how to use the bow and arrow. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Vertex Arena operations manager Nick Myers teaches a Microsoft team how to use the bow and arrow. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Vertex Arena offers over 10,000 square feet of elevated wall-to-wall trampolines on five different trampoline court areas. Courtesy photo of VA.

Vertex Arena offers over 10,000 square feet of elevated wall-to-wall trampolines on five different trampoline court areas. Courtesy photo of VA.

Vertex Arena offers over 10,000 square feet of elevated wall-to-wall trampolines on five different trampoline court areas for trampoline dodgeball, slam dunk basketball and more. Courtesy photo of VA.

Vertex Arena offers over 10,000 square feet of elevated wall-to-wall trampolines on five different trampoline court areas for trampoline dodgeball, slam dunk basketball and more. Courtesy photo of VA.

The arena’s seven-lane ninja course has easy, moderate, and hard obstacles challenges. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

The arena’s seven-lane ninja course has easy, moderate, and hard obstacles challenges. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Vertex Arena is located at 10700 231st Way NE #100 in Redmond. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Vertex Arena is located at 10700 231st Way NE #100 in Redmond. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

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