The Crossover in Cedar Park signs six new tenants, bringing total to eight

The Crossover—a 240,000-square-foot multisports facility currently under construction in Cedar Park—is scheduled to open in the spring. (Courtesy Multivista)
The Crossover—a 240,000-square-foot multisports facility currently under construction in Cedar Park—is scheduled to open in the spring. (Courtesy Multivista)

The Crossover—a 240,000-square-foot multisports facility currently under construction in Cedar Park—is scheduled to open in the spring. (Courtesy Multivista)

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Work on one of two indoor hockey rinks at the Crossover is pictured. (Courtesy Multivista)
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This is a rendering of what The Crossover should look like when completed in the spring. (Courtesy John Mapes Architects)
The Crossover—a 240,000-square-foot multisports facility formerly called iSports that is currently under construction in Cedar Park—has signed deals with six new tenants, according to a press release.


In addition to Charparral Ice and D1 training, the following tenants will occupy space in the facility being built on the southeast corner of Toll 183A and Scottsdale Drive:

  • Reach Outcomes: The physical therapy business in The Crossover will specialize in physical therapy as well as strength and conditioning, according to the company’s website, www.reachoutcomes.com.

  • ROK Golf: The indoor golf training facility incorporates trained staff and virtual technology to improve the golf game of all ages and skill levels, according to its website, www.rokgolf.com.

  • The Vessel IV Bar: A health bar that offers custom cocktails that offer a variety of cocktails: www.vesselivbar.com.

  • i9 Sports: This youth sports organization for ages 3 and older offers leagues, camps and clinics for sports such as baseball, basketball, flag football, lacrosse, soccer and volleyball, according to its website, www.i9sports.com.

  • Central Texas Youth Lacrosse: The nonprofit aims to increase growth of youth and high school lacrosse throughout Central Texas, according to its website, www.ctyla.org.

  • Lonestar Soccer Club: The youth soccer club offers clinics and leagues from recreational to elite soccer while also developing “sportsmanship, integrity, discipline, respect, leadership and excellence,” according to its website, www.lonestar-sc.com.


Being built by Perardi Development, The Crossover will contain two hockey rinks, two turf fields, sports-related businesses and family-friendly dining and entertainment on a 15.4-acre parcel, according to the press release. Construction at its location at 1717 Scottsdale Drive is scheduled to be completed in the spring. For more information, visit the facility’s website at www.crossovertx.com.
By Brian Perdue
Brian Perdue is the editor of the Lake Travis-Westlake and Northwest Austin editions of Community Impact Newspaper. A native of Virginia's Appalachian Mountains, he has been a journalist since 1992, living and working in Virginia, Washington D.C., Hawaii's Big Island, Southern California and Florida before moving to Austin in 2019.


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