The Green Bay Packers announced the details for their Titletown District on Thursday.
The 34-acre Titletown District, expected to be completed in Fall 2017, will be a destination for Packers fans and Green Bay residents to eat, relax and enjoy the area just west of Lambeau Field. The goal of the project is to attract visitors and stimulate economic growth in the area.
At the center of the space will be a 10-acre Packers-themed public plaza highlighted with an ice-skating rink.
The Titletown District will also include a Lodge Kohler hotel, a Bellin Health Sports Medicine Clinic and Hinterland Restaurant and Brewery. The rest of the acreage will be used for commercial, retail and residential spaces.
The project will cost the Packers roughly $65 million, and is expected to amount to around $130 million cumulatively.
Green Bay's Titletown efforts come in response to the success of Lambeau Field's 2003 redevelopment, as well as its recently completed expansion and renovations.
Ground is expected to be broken for the project this fall.
- Kayla Lombardo