Sports retail center with ice rinks, turf fields coming to Cedar Park

Chaparral Ice is set to operate ice rinks and turf fields at the facility.

Chaparral Ice is set to operate ice rinks and turf fields at the facility.

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iSports Real Estate Development LLC, an Austin-based company, announced Friday its plans to develop a multispecialty sports center at the Scottsdale Crossing business park in Cedar Park.

The 157,000-square foot iSports Training and Performance Center is expected to include numerous sports tenants, sports medicine, entertainment, retail and restaurants, according to a statement from iSports Real Estate Development.

The lead tenant at the center will be Chaparral Ice, an ice rink operator slated to build two National Hockey League-sized ice rinks, offering a space for public skating, hockey games, figure skating and curling.

Chaparral Ice, which has one other ice rink in North Austin, will also operate indoor and outdoor turf fields for soccer, football and other sports at the facility.

The project is scheduled to break ground in the fall, according to the statement.

iSports Real Estate Development’s principals are Eric Perardi of Perardi Development, John Trube of Johnson Trube & Associates and JP Newman of Thrive FP.

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