BETTENDORF, Iowa — Work is nearly complete on the $50 million TBK Bank sports complex in Bettendorf that includes soccer and baseball fields, hardwood courts and an entertainment center.
The complex sprawls across 76 acres, the Quad-City Times reported . It's being developed by BettPlex LLC and its founder Doug Kratz.
The complex will open May 4 with a baseball tournament featuring more than 100 teams, said Kira Brabeck, marketing director for the complex. The bowling and entertainment center will open May 29, while the indoor sports complex and fitness center will open June 15.
BettPlex officials and the Build to Suit construction team visited nearly a dozen other sports facilities to get ideas about what the complex should include, Brabeck said.
The complex will offer league activities for children and adults in baseball, softball, volleyball, soccer, basketball, bowling and flag football.
The area also features arcade games, laser tag, concessions and a bar and grill.
"We wanted a way to keep families entertained and on site," Brabeck said. "They never have to leave and be stressed out about missing their next game. It's all here and it's less stress for the families, which we wanted."
Other development plans are also in progress that aims to bring new retail options, a gas station and a hotel to the area, said Mike Sampson, chief financial officer for the complex.
"This whole area is going to get developed," Sampson said.
Complex officials expect the complex to draw more than 750,000 visitors annually.