$25M Sports Complex Debuts on ASU West Campus

A new $25 million fitness complex is about to open on the Arizona State University West campus in Phoenix. The 63,800-square-foot facility will complete a major expansion project on the West campus.

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor

A $25 million fitness center is scheduled for an official ribbon-cutting March 1 on the Arizona State University West campus in Phoenix.

Dubbed Sun Devil Fitness Complex, the 63,800-square-foot facility is the third project to open on the West campus during the current academic year, noted Mistalene Calleroz White, dean of students on the West campus. The complex will join the 365-bed Casa de Oro residence hall and the Verde Dining Pavilion, which opened last August.

The center will offer fitness studios, an outdoor pool, two competition play fields with softball and rugby field overlays, outdoor basketball courts and sand volleyball courts, indoor racquetball courts and a two-court gymnasium. The facility is funded by a student government-endorsed facility fee.

The complex was built by Haydon Building Corp. and designed by Architekton + 360 Architecture, noted the Phoenix Business Journal. American Campus Communities built the residential project and dining hall that opened last year.

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