Facility Friday: Twin Cities Y, FC Cincinnati and More

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The Twin Cities YMCA is planning to open a boutique-style facility in St. Paul in 2022. Plans call for a two-story, 25,000-square-foot building with a fitness center at the site of the former Ecolab training center. The $20 million is part of a $225 million fundraising campaign, which marks a record for the organization. — Star Tribune 

FC Cincinnati’s West End Stadium is nearly complete. The 26,000-capacity venue, designed by Populous, will be one of the largest soccer-specific stadiums in MLS. The facility features a one-of-a-kind LED lighting system, which features a programmable facade. The club hosted an event Thursday to showcase the facade. — Populous.com  

The Shelby (Ohio) Board of Education voted to move forward with financing a $4 million athletic complex for the Shelby City School District that will include a turf field, additional seating and a pedestrian plaza.The project will reportedly refurbish the facility’s eight tennis courts and the softball field, relocate the baseball field to improve traffic flow, and add hundreds of new parking spaces. — RichlandSource.com 

Cornell College announced a $19 million fundraising campaign to renovate and expand its Small Sport Center. The project will add 21,689 square feet to the existing facility, and include such amenities as a new fitness center with updated equipment, new locker room facilities, an expanded lobby, office space, a group exercise room, a classroom and a 20-yard multipurpose turf area. Construction is expected to begin this spring and finish by Fall 2022. — News.CornellCollege.edu

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