The Village of Lemont has posted on its website a market and impact study on a sports complex proposed for downtown Lemont.
As previously reported in Patch, the estimated $21 million sports complex is planned for a 26.3 parcel of land (the former Tri Central Marine Terminal) roughly bounded by the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal and Industrial Park Drive, from the end of Stephen Street north of the post office and continuing west under the Lemont Street bridge and beyond.
The proposed development would feature four outdoor fields for sports such as soccer, lacrosse and football, and an indoor facility that includes four areas for field sports and convertible spaces to accommodate two IHSA basketball courts, five volleyball courts and one tennis court. The indoor facility would also feature areas for concessions, multi-purpose rooms, party rooms and storage.
The market and impact study, dated Feb. 7, details demographic and demand potential analyses, sports leagues and comparable/competitive facilities, financial information and economic and fiscal impact assessments.
To view the study posted on the village website, click here.
For more on the proposed sports complex, read:
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