The Loop is a $30 million, 20-acre complex with planned family and adult dining options, bowling, roller-skating, ropes course and much more.
In addition to all the bells and whistles, The Loop will contain a year-round indoor sports facility called the Sportsdome XL. This recreation multiplex is the brainchild of several different developers who’ve partnered up to make South Reno even better. Construction will soon begin at the corner of South Meadows and Double Diamond Parkways, with opening slated for 2018. First will come the opening of two dining and entertainment spaces, with the 120,000-square-foot Sportsdome XL to follow.
“We’ve been working on this concept for about seven years,” Anthony “AJ” June, president and developer of The Loop, told the developers, city officials, neighbors and media who gathered on October 17.
“I’m sure you’re asking yourself, what exactly is The Loop, how do I get in The Loop and, most important, how do I make sure I’m not left out of The Loop?” quipped Kevin Annis, principal with ArchCrest Commercial Partners LLC, and the broker for the project.
The south Reno area is full of 50% families with children and 50% without, so the complex is meant to appeal to both demographics in many ways. Rounders will be geared towards families with children who want a higher end meal than what is the usual offerings to parents with children in tow. It will also feature bowling lanes, a roller-skating rink, the ropes obstacle course and more than 8,000-square-feet of arcade and ticketed games. The restaurant will offer nutritious and consciously-sourced food options, so you can not only have fun, but feel great about your purchase choices too!
Zeppelin will be a 21+ bar and restaurant geared towards families without children, or maybe mom and dad on a date night. They plan to showcase fresh oysters, tempting libations and tapas. Chef Jakon Tolhurst will be running the kitchens at both Zeppelin and Rounders. He is originally from the Nevada City area and brings more than 15 years of experience in the Reno foodie scene.
Sportsdome XL will be the second recreation center of its kind – the original Sportsdome lives in northeast Reno. The current Sportsdome is at capacity with soccer and flag football leagues. XL will be four times larger than the current facility and they hope to add lacrosse, arena softball, futsal (a Brazilian sport similar to soccer), basketball, volleyball, pickle ball, badminton and others.
Rounders and Zeppelin will open in the spring of 2018, with the Sportsdome breaking ground this winter and opening at the end of next year.
“This will be a social gathering place of all ages,” explained June. “We are centered around food, entertainment, activity and interaction. We’re driven by service and safety, but our No. 1 priority is to make a difference in our community.”
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