Building Our Community Facility
In order to serve the Shoreline Communities through wellness programming for all youth, teens, adults and families, we have designed a 125,000 square foot facility that includes:
4 Indoor Basketball Courts
4 Multi-Purpose Full Turf Fields
1x Indoors + 3x Outdoors.
4 Smaller Indoor Multi-Purpose Turf Fields.
A full service teen center with meeting rooms, vending area, and video/television lounge.
Fitness, weight lifting and strength training center.
A group exercise room for all ages.
A spirit, mind and body wellness room.
A spinning room for cardio exercise.
An area to rehearse for upcoming performances.
Kids Care Babysitting Rooms.
Party rooms to be used for hosting Birthday parties.
A large room to be used for entertaining and hosting banquets.
Hiking and nature trails. Trails will be designed in conjunction with the local town Land Trust and the Inland Wetlands Commission and will frame, protect, and preserve the wetlands.
Family, youth, team and adult locker rooms.
A full service restaurant and lounge.
Sport use is not limited to basketball, soccer, football, wrestling, lacrosse, field hockey, volleyball, dance, cheerleading, multi-sport, karate/judo, pickle ball.
This brand new, state-of-the-art Community Complex will serve as a centerpiece for better serving the citizens of the Shoreline community and will continue to attract newcomers to the area. At a projected cost of $20 million, this facility will accurately reflect the critical importance of health and wellness in all of our lives.
This new facility is not a luxury. It is a necessity, and it is incumbent upon us to provide our youth and adults with state-of-the-art resources that allow them to explore their talents and reach their full potential.
BC2’s complex will be an invaluable resource for all sports—both in-and-out of season. It will put the Shoreline communities in the enviable position of being able to meet the true year-round training and conditioning needs of elite athletes—all while supporting individuals young and old who are looking to stay healthy and pursue their own personal goals. BC2 will be setting a standard for communities throughout the region to follow.
Once built, the new facility will be sustained by memberships, rentals, tournament fees, youth sport clubs and program/user fees. We estimate that 7,000+ Shoreline residents will utilize this new facility on a regular basis, which represents nearly 20% of all households in the area. An operating budget of $3,500,000+ includes a scholarship
assistance program for memberships, camps and other programming.