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$20 Million Indoor Sports Facility Coming to Westfield, Grand Park

30 Jun, 2014


Facility Expected to Break Ground Within 60 Days

Holladay Properties, developer of AmeriPlex industrial park near Indianapolis International Airport, plans to build a $20 million indoor soccer facility at Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield. The facility, which could break ground in as little as 60 days, will be home to three full-­?size professional soccer fields and will feature family-­?owned and Indiana-­?based restaurant Jonathan Byrd’s as their catering company.

At Grand Park’s Grand Opening on Saturday, June 21, Mayor Andy Cook announced the plans of the 335,000 square foot facility. “We are thrilled to announce this partnership between the City of Westfield and Holladay Properties,” said Mayor Cook. “An indoor facility will make Grand Park a tourism destination year round.”

The state-­?of-­?the-­?art building will not only include locker rooms, office space, meeting rooms and a restaurant, but also three full-­?size professional soccer fields for competitive and recreational play for all field sports.

Senior Vice President of Holiday Properties, Chris Wilkes, said, “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.”

About Grand Park Sports Campus: Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana is a destination like no other. The thoughtfully designed 400-­?acre Grand Park Sports Campus features 26 baseball and softball diamonds, 31 multipurpose fields for soccer, football, rugby, field hockey and lacrosse as well as two indoor facilities to accommodate year-­?round play for a variety of sports. It also features an abundance of green space and more than 10 miles of pedestrian/bicycle trails, including the largest trailhead on the Monon Corridor.

More than 1.5 million sports visitors are expected to participate in or attend tournaments and events at the Grand Park Sports Campus on an annual basis making the surrounding area a prime location for economic development. The master plan outlines approximately 1,400 acres of land available for residential and commercial development including hospitality (hotel, restaurant and retail), mixed-­? use, life science and corporate office uses.

About Hamilton County Sports Authority: Hamilton County Sports Authority, a division of Hamilton County Tourism, Inc., is a leading promoter of regional and amateur sports development in Hamilton County, Indiana. Hamilton County Sports Authority offers an unbeatable mix of consulting and support services to amateur, not-­?for-­?profit sporting events.

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