Cedar Park Center
|Cedar Park Center|
|Location||2100 Avenue of the Stars
Cedar Park, Texas 78613 USA
|Broke ground||June 10, 2008|
|Opened||September 25, 2009|
|Owner||City of Cedar Park|
|Operator||Hicks Cedar Park, LLC|
|Construction cost||$55 million
($59.8 million in 2013 dollars)
|Architect||Sink Combs Dethlefs|
|Project manager||Frew Management Group, LLC.|
|Structural engineer||Walter P Moore|
|Services engineer||M-E Engineers, Inc.|
|General contractor||Hunt Construction Group|
|Capacity||Ice Hockey: 6,863
Up to 8,500 seats for concerts and special events
|Texas Stars (AHL) (2009–present)
Austin Toros (NBA D-League) (2010–present)
Cedar Park Center is an indoor arena, located in Cedar Park, in the U.S. state of Texas, near Austin. No corporate sponsor owns the naming rights to the arena. The arena is home to the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League and the Austin Toros of the NBA Development League.
Construction began in 2008, at a cost of $55 million, and the new arena was officially opened in September 2009. The building's first event took place on September 25, 2009, featuring country music artist George Strait.
The 6,800-seat sports arena is located at the corner of 183A and New Hope Road in Cedar Park, Texas.
The city of Cedar Park owns the event center, and has partnered with Dallas-based Hicks Sports Marketing to develop an adjacent tract into a 182,000 SF retail and office complex. Their affiliate, Center Operating Group, will manage, book and staff the event center. Hicks Sports Marketing assumes the operating risk of the arena.
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On January 31, 2012, a basketball game was played at the center, featuring the Austin Toros against the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, with special guest appearances from various school districts, such as Hutto Middle School.
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