Facility Friday: UCSB Tennis Facility, ASU Arena and More

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The University of California-Santa Barbara has broken ground on a $5.25 million tennis center. The Arnhold Tennis Center will provide six new courts, two refurbished courts, seating for 300 fans and a 1,860-square-foot building for housing team amenities such as locker rooms, a lounge and storage. — UCSBGauchos.com

The Arizona Board of Regents’ Finance, Capital and Resources Committee approved plans for a 5,000-seat multipurpose arena for Arizona State University. The arena will primarily house the Sun Devil hockey program. Construction is expected to begin in January, with full completion expected for December 2022. — College Hockey News

Construction has begun on Alabama A&M’s 132,000-square-foot event center and arena. The facility includes a 6,000-seat arena with locker rooms, training spaces, an athletic hall of fame, and a kitchen for food service for campus events. The facility will host basketball and volley ball games, as well as other university functions. — Huntsville Business Journal 

The Cleveland City Council has approved $22 million of upgrades for recreational facilities. The money will go to improve rec centers, parks and ballfields. The plan needs approval from mayor Frank Jackson, but projects include $8 million for a new recreation center, $4 million for upgrades to the Kovacic Recreation Center, $2 million for improvements for city pools, $1 million for basketball courts and ballfields and more. — Cleveland.com

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