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Comings and Goings: Sports center proposed for former Central field – York Daily Record


Inch and Co. Construction wants to redevelop the former Central York High School athletic field.

The construction company presented a development concept Aug. 9 at the North York borough council meeting. The plan would transform the site, which has sat empty for years, into a multi-purpose sports complex.

Inch and Co. has not submitted an official proposal, but members of the company showed their ideas for the field and facilities and discussed what it could do for the economy of North York. The proposal, developed on a 250,000-square-foot property, would be similar to Lancaster County’s Spooky Nook Sports, an indoor training and competition sports facility, officials with the construction company said.

“This building will not make us money,” Inch and Co. CEO Jeff Inch said at the meeting. “But what this building does is it brings a lot of community to this area. Special Olympics, senior games, stuff like that can be held here, where there isn’t a building in York County to do that.”

Council members and officials with Inch and Co. agreed to further discuss the plans.

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Source: https://www.ydr.com/story/news/2022/08/22/comings-and-goings-sports-center-proposed-for-former-central-field/65409463007/

Inch and Co. Construction wants to redevelop the former Central York High School athletic field.

The construction company presented a development concept Aug. 9 at the North York borough council meeting. The plan would transform the site, which has sat empty for years, into a multi-purpose sports complex.

Inch and Co. has not submitted an official proposal, but members of the company showed their ideas for the field and facilities and discussed what it could do for the economy of North York. The proposal, developed on a 250,000-square-foot property, would be similar to Lancaster County’s Spooky Nook Sports, an indoor training and…….

Inch and Co. Construction wants to redevelop the former Central York High School athletic field.

The construction company presented a development concept Aug. 9 at the North York borough council meeting. The plan would transform the site, which has sat empty for years, into a multi-purpose sports complex.

Inch and Co. has not submitted an official proposal, but members of the company showed their ideas for the field and facilities and discussed what it could do for the economy of North York. The proposal, developed on a 250,000-square-foot property, would be similar to Lancaster County’s Spooky Nook Sports, an indoor training and…….

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