Saint Louis University Ice Pavilion

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The Saint Louis University Ice Pavilion is a proposed project by Saint Louis University to build an indoor ice and sports facility to be constructed in concert with another project already in progress, the Chaifetz Arena. The university is planning to build an on-campus ice arena, to be named 'SLU Ice Pavilion.' The facility will host youth, high school, college hockey as well as special events; it will have a seating capacity of 2,300, and offer four youth hockey locker rooms, Saint Louis University Locker rooms (D1 and D2), four Prep School Locker rooms, conditioning and weight room. As well as common and quiet study lounges for students and private offices and two private suites to be used for special events and/or VIP use. The Ice Pavilion will also offer activities such as public skating, figure skating clubs, speed skating clubs, intramural broomball, intramural hockey, curling clubs, and learn-to-skate opportunities for the students and faculty. The plans for this new Ice Pavilion were in response to the need for a closer facility to the Saint Louis University campus. The current facility in use, the Summit Center in Chesterfield, MO, is approximately 21 miles away from SLU's campus, with average crowd sizes of 250-400 in attendance.

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