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Impact Athletic Center nearing final stages of completion in Halfmoon

The town of Halfmoon can now boast of its new $12 million Impact Athletic Center that will soon become fully operational. This sports complex project has come a long way, since the land purchase in 2018 and is currently in its final stages of completion, which include some interior fit-ups and equipment installations.

Located at 390 Route 146 from Grace Fellowship Church in Saratoga County town, the Impact Athletic Center sits on 73,000 square feet of land and contains about 300 parking spaces. The sports center boasts of a 40-yard sprint track, a training room with a cardiovascular facility, cryotherapy, and a sportswear and  equipment shop. It also includes other areas reserved for other activities besides sports, such as the arcade room, restaurant and drop-in child care sections. Other notable features of the center include two golf simulators and a two-lane ground floor walking track. 

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The maple hardwood floor of the Impact Athletic Center was factored into the design to ensure that the sports center could be used in diverse ways. It could serve as three NBA-sized courts or six high school-sized courts and it can also serve as nine volleyball courts or 12 pickleball courts.

Construction of the Impact Athletic Center was handled by Munter Enterprises, a construction company based in New York. Designs were done by the New York-based Paone Architecture, while Lansing Engineering,  a civil engineering firm based in New York, was one of the consultants for the project.

About 250,000 people are expected to use the facility yearly, with adult and youth sports tournaments which are expected to take place until the end of next year. Concerts and beer festivals have also been proposed to take place at the center.

Majority of the investors are affiliated with sporting activities and this investment team includes: Grantley and Joyce McLeod of Halfmoon; and Tom and Erin Huerter, with their son Kevin. 

Grantely noted that the facility was to serve a variety of people cutting across children and adults who need a place to play indoors; parents with after-school program needs as well as, business or community groups needing space for meetings.

The investors also expect that around 250,000 people will use the facility yearly, including  repeat visitors. They have already been contacted about hosting a concert and better festival, and presently several sports leagues and tournaments are booked through November 2022. The Impact Athletic Center is expected to be ready by late September or early October, after the installation of  a new traffic signal on Route 146.

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