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Indy Fuel owners Jim and Sean Hallett are investing $20 million into the Greenwood Iceplex, a 115,000 square-foot facility to be built on land south of Freedom Spring Aquatic Center at Greenwood's Freedom Park. The facility will feature two finished ice rinks, two turf fields that can be converted to two additional ice rinks, a fitness/training facility, retail space, locker rooms and food service facilities. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal

A state-of-the-art ice rink complex is planned for a Greenwood park.

A $20 million, 115,000-square-foot complex with up to four ice rinks is planned to be built on six acres at Freedom Park in Greenwood,the city announced this morning.

Indy Fuel owners Jim and Sean Hallett are funding the project as part of a commitment to grow the sport of hockey in Indiana, according to a news release.

The city will lease the land off Stop 18 Road to the Halletts for $1 month, under the terms of the agreement which will be finalized later this spring, the release said.

The facility will have two ice rinks, two turf rinks which can be converted into ice rinks, a fitness and training facility, retail space, locker rooms and food service. The ice rinks will be used for hockey, skating, figure skating, speeding skating, curling, broomball and other ice sports, the release said.

Freedom Park is also home to Greenwood’s Freedom Springs Aquatic Center, which opened in 2015.

This story will be updated.

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Jacob Tellers is a reporter at the Daily Journal. He can be reached at or 317-736-2702.