New Indoor Sports Complex Introduced for West Henderson

The City of Henderson announced the introduction of a new state-of-the-art indoor sports complex coming to West Henderson, which has been presented and recommended for final approval at the July 2 City Council meeting.

The indoor sports complex will be built behind Chicken N Pickle, currently under construction on the southeast corner of St. Rose and Maryland Parkways. The planned 180,000 square-foot, two-level facility is anticipated to have the following features:

  • Basketball courts that can convert to other court uses such as volleyball and pickleball
  • Hybrid turf fields for sports like indoor soccer, box lacrosse and indoor football
  • Birthday party and community rooms
  • Family entertainment to potentially feature bowling, laser tag, arcade games, miniature golf and a restaurant and bar

Through a public-private partnership with KemperSports, the City can provide residents with additional recreational amenities throughout Henderson without burdening taxpayers with long-term financial impact. Henderson residents will be eligible for 20% discounts on all amenities.

“We are proud to be leaders of public-private partnerships that have benefited our residents,” said Henderson City Manager and CEO Richard Derrick. “We are excited to see the successes of this indoor sports complex, just as we have seen with the America First Center and Lee’s Family Forum.” 

In addition to the recreational amenity, the West Henderson indoor sports complex will also attract sports tournaments both locally and regionally, and is anticipated to have the following positive impact, supporting the City’s Economic Vitality strategic priority:

  • $1.5M annual tax revenue
  • $39.1M total economic output annually
  • $10.7M in wages and salary

“We are looking forward to partnering with the City of Henderson to bring their innovative vision of a state-of-the-art sports complex to life,” said KemperSports senior vice president Steve Goris. “This complex will be a tremendous community asset for local residents and a destination for youth sports families.” 

The West Henderson indoor sports complex is a $70-million investment with funds provided through the private third-party partner and one-time funding sources, including public infrastructure bond sale, West Henderson Development Fund, and City Municipal Facilities Fund. 

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