Magic Sports Complex of NJ, a privately-funded project with Sora Northeast Development as the master developer, is planned to be built in two phases from 2013 through 2015 on 286 acres in Vineland, NJ. Committed to energy-efficient green construction and utilities, it is expected to create significant jobs and tax ratables for the city and region. It is estimated that the economic impact to the region will be up to $250 million dollars annually.
The complex is to include training camps and leagues for competitive tournament events in baseball, basketball, softball, soccer and track, among other sport programs. The facility will also include medical services, health and wellness programs. The ‘Magic Arena’ will include indoor track and sports fields, and up to 12 basketball courts with flexible seating according to the event(s). It will also serve as a conference center and house corporate offices, broadcasting facilities, medical services, restaurants and a food court. The Magic Sports concept is designed for athletes of all ages, income levels, backgrounds and abilities.
In addition to the Sports Complex, plans include a 4-star hotel with 25,000 sq. ft. of conference facilities and a 50,000-80,000 sq. ft. indoor waterpark with an adjacent 7 acre outdoor waterpark to be developed in the second phase of the project. The 500-suite resort hotel will provide lodging, meals and entertainment for both families attending Magic Sports tournaments and competitions as well as the general public.
The Magic Village will provide housing for approximately 2500 male and 2500 female athletes & coaches and contain Bunkhouse Buildings, Dorm Buildings and a Rec Center that includes a dining hall, commercial kitchen, laundry facilities and game room. Fully fenced, gated and secure, the village will accommodate up to 5,184 total people when completed.
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