Castle Pines is partnering with DAWG Nation by providing land for the nonprofit to build a $34 million three-sheet ice rink directly south of the commercial area on the east side of the city.
"We couldn't be more pleased to partner on this community project with DAWG Nation," Castle Pines Mayor Tera Radloff said in a news release. "The unique nature of this one-of-a-kind ice rink facility will bring interest from both able-bodied and disabled athletes, nationwide. We couldn't be prouder as a community, to have a role in its development, and to have it right here, in Castle Pines."
The land partnership between the City of Castle Pines and DAWG Nation is intended to continue to attract sustainable options that add value to this growing community, its residents, and neighbors all along the Front Range, the release said.
The architectural design includes a facility capable of hosting national and international disabled hockey exhibitions. It will serve as the home to many Colorado hockey clubs, while also providing avenue for high schools, adult programs and professional teams.
“We are excited to provide land for DAWG Nation to build on our east side. It's a great way to kick off the commercial area east of I-25 demonstrating we are open for business,” Radloff said in the release.
Construction for the arena is scheduled to begin October 2020 directly south of the commercial area on the east side of the city.
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