A site on the west side of Pueblo, Colorado that is expected to see the construction of a new sports complex, has been expanded in order to help facilitate that project.
The Pueblo West Metropolitan District Board has given its approval to an amended purchase agreement with the Colorado Springs-based Soccer Haus Management Company that will add 2 acres to a 5-acre site for the new facility.
Those additional 2 acres will be used for parking.
That site is located close to the intersection of McCulloch Boulevard and Assembly Drive and will see the construction of a 65,000 square foot center housing all levels of soccer competition.
The company purchased the land from the West Pueblo district in the spring of 2019.
The project will see the building of an indoor sports facility housing all levels of soccer competition. The company has a similar complex up and running in Colorado Springs that measures around 48,000 square feet.
That Colorado Springs facility, which was opened in 2015 at a cost of $3.6 million, houses a series of regulation-sized adult and children’s playing fields, as well a restaurant, and space for private parties, family reunions, and team fitness and training sessions.
By Garry Boulard
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