Developers say big indoor sports hub would give needed boost to city sport


This article in The Press gives an insight into what may be developed in the former Foodstuffs grocery warehouse behind the Northcote / Main North Road intersection – an ‘entertainment and sports terminus’, catering for netball, basketball, volleyball, and futsal. Earlier this week the Nor’West News reported that the complex could also house options such as 10-pin bowling, Laser Strike, and Clip ‘n Climb. It looks like the developers are asking the Council to commit to leasing the facility (at a ‘drop in the bucket’ cost of $1.5 million a year) before the development goes ahead.
https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/103590748/developers-say-big-indoor-sports-hub-would-give-needed-boost-to-city-sport

Developers say big indoor sports hub would give needed boost to city sport

Private developers want Christchurch City Council support to build a major sports facility inside a former grocery warehouse.


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