Westfield releases first renderings of inside the $24M indoor sports facility

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After months of discussion on the exterior, the City of Westfield has released the first inside renderings of the $24 million Grand Park indoor sports facility at the sports complex. The proposed 372,000-square-foot facility will be built by Holladay Properties.

The state-of-the-art building will house three full-size professional soccer fields that can be used for recreational play and competitive play for all field sports. The building will also have office space, locker rooms, meeting rooms and a restaurant focused on family dining. It will be built between Parking Lot C and 191st Street.

Holladay Properties will own the building and the city would lease the property and sublease to operators. Deputy Mayor Todd Burtron said there is a clause that in its fifth year the city can purchase the building instead of leasing it.

“There is much marketplace demand for this product,” he said. “A sports science organization wants in.”

The building will be 36 feet to the bottom of the trusses at its lowest point and 76 feet at its highest. Chris Wilkes, senior vice president of Holladay Properties and Westfield resident, said the goal is to break ground on the facility this year with a target opening for next summer.

“Grand Park is clearly the nation’s best sports park, and with the addition of an indoor sports facility of this size and magnitude, Grand Park will be able to hold major sporting events and provide significant economic impact on a year-round basis,” he said.


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