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  • City/State: Utica, New York
  • Sq Ft: 169,440
  • Number of rooms/Units: None
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  • Last Updated: May 19 2020
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  • Status: Project in progress-GC awarded

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  • Description:
    • Utica, N.Y. -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo today announced expanded plans for a $44 million Nexus Center – the future site of a massive sports center that will host ice hockey, box lacrosse, soccer and other youth team events.
      
      The governor had announced plans for the center a year ago. Then, it was billed as a $22 million facility.
      
      
      Today’s announcement shows how the project has grown. Now plans include enough room and amenities to host two dozen hockey and lacrosse tournaments each year, according to Cuomo.
      
      The governor estimated the center would bring more than 320,000 annual visitors who will spend an estimated $26 million a year in the Mohawk Valley region.
      
      The project is similar to one Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon has proposed for Central New York. McMahon’s idea, though, is to build a sports complex that caters to outdoor sports, such as lacrosse and soccer. The facility would also have indoor space for basketball courts and track and field events. It would provide sheltered practice space for spring sports.
      
      “It actually complements what they’re doing,” McMahon said today. “We understand every aspect of what they’re doing. I’m excited for them.”
      
      
      The county is paying $50,000 to Dallas-based Convention Sports & Leisure International, or CSL, to study the market feasibility of the project. That report already takes into account the Utica project, McMahon said, adding he expects it to be completed in a few weeks.
      
      McMahon said he hopes to go to the Onondaga County Legislature this summer with more details and a financial plan for the outdoor sports complex. He said the county is looking at two locations for the center. Both are near Onondaga Lake, he said.
      
      The state will pay for half of the Utica project and Oneida County will pay for the other half, Cuomo said in a news release. The new center will be adjacent to the Adirondack Bank Center, home to the Utica Comets and Utica College’s hockey teams.
      
      The 169,440-square-foot facility includes:
      
      three ice rinks that can be changed into turf services.
      25 locker rooms
      commercial office space
      college classroom space
      retail space
      food and beverage areas
      multi-training areas
      Cuomo today also announced an outdoor winter festival will be held at Griffiss Business and Technology Park in December. The festival will celebrate the Nexus Center’s grand opening.
      
      The Comets will build a portable ice rink at Griffiss Park in Rome to host the first outdoor American Hockey League game between the Comets and the Syracuse Crunch. That game is scheduled for Feb. 13.


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