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New indoor court facility coming to Lubbock in December

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Construction will begin soon on a new indoor athletic facility in Lubbock. Tuesday, the owners of Lubbock Indoor Courts, LLC unveiled plans for the largest public, indoor court facility in the Hub City.

The 60,000 square foot building will house eight basketball courts and up to 10 volleyball courts. It will also include a full-service concession area, pro shop, T-shirt press and lounge area for players and their families.

Tresa Adams is one of the owners of the upcoming facility and said it will also be able to accommodate community activities such as conventions or trade shows.

The new facility will be located at 82nd street and Marsha Sharp Freeway.

Construction will begin soon and the facility is expected to be open by December.

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