Ice Rink Complex Set to Come to Greenwood
Greenwood could soon become a destination for hockey fans across the state.
According to The Daily Journal, a $20 million, 115,000-square-foot complex with up to four ice rinks is being proposed for a six-acre site at Freedom Park in Greenwood.
The complex would be Indiana’s largest. According to the article, it will attract regional and state hockey tournaments, and bring in hundreds of thousands of visitors each year to town.
Jim and Sean Hallett, owners of minor-league hockey team Indy Fuel, are funding the project as part of a commitment to grow hockey and other ice-based sports in Indiana.
Construction on the facility, which will be named the Greenwood Iceplex, is expected to begin in the fall and will take one year to 18 months to complete, according to the article.
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