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Mosaic Quarter, a sports and entertainment-focused lifestyle center that completes the development of the Kino Sports Complex, invites Pima County residents to provide feedback about Mosaic Quarter’s planned sports, recreational and entertainment activities.
The 90-acre development includes a diverse array of facilities that will support a wide range of athletic, training, cultural, arts, and family activities. Through a partnership with Pima County and collaborations with athletic programs, community groups, nonprofit organizations, and business leaders, Mosaic Quarter has worked to identify the region’s need for more athletic facilities.
Now, they want to hear from the community. Mosaic Quarter is welcoming feedback via a survey about the venues and planned offerings within the multi-use development. Everyone from athletes and coaches to parents, sports fans, and community members can comment on which sports and activities they would enjoy — and give input on any additional activities they would like to see at Mosaic Quarter.
“Mosaic Quarter is proud to work with community partners to create alliances and a vision for a remarkable gathering place that celebrates the region’s unique culture while expanding athletic and recreational experiences and opportunities for all,” says Frank Knott, senior managing director for the project. “We’re encouraging everyone to complete the survey so Mosaic Quarter will truly have something for everyone, benefitting the entire community.”
Visit mosaicquarter.com/opinion-survey/ to complete the survey and learn more about Mosaic Quarter.
About Mosaic Quarter
With over 1 million square feet of facilities and amenities, Mosaic Quarter will serve as a destination point for residents and tourists alike. Mosaic Quarter will provide much-needed practice and competition space for youth and adult recreational sports and collegiate athletic programming. As a public-private partnership with Pima County, Mosaic Quarter will promote multiple forms of regional economic development, creating an estimated 46,000 jobs and $7 billion in economic development activity, with over 92 percent of economic benefits taking place beyond Mosaic Quarter’s boundaries.