At their special meeting on Nov. 14, the Bryan City Council approved a ground lease to SMBG Bryan, LLC to construct a multiuse recreation and entertainment facility on 5.6 acres in Travis Bryan Midtown Park along the southwest shore of Midtown Lake near the intersection of West Villa Maria Road and South College Avenue.
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Legends Event Center’s grand opening is set for Saturday, Dec. 10 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and will feature a variety of free activities, games, performances, food, and demonstrations on uses of the 122,000+ square-foot facility.
With just two months left before Legends Event Center is set to open its doors, residents passing by Travis Bryan Midtown Park may notice some changes happening at the park. The construction fencing around the park is being removed this week, but that doesn’t mean the work is complete.
Legends Event Center is excited to announce that it will be the training home for the new Houston Skyline BCS volleyball club. This partnership is the first announcement of what is to come when Legends Event Center opens in winter 2022 in the heart of Travis Bryan Midtown Park.
Bryan residents will only have to wait a few more months to take their first steps inside Legends Event Center at Travis Bryan Midtown Park. The city-owned facility is on track to open by the end of 2022, supply chain and weather-permitting.
The City of Bryan’s newly renovated Travis Fields at Travis Bryan Midtown Park has been selected as an APWA Project of the Year – Structures, $5 Million to $25 Million, by the Texas Chapter of the American Public Works Association.
Sports industry professional Jamie Cox is the new General Manager of the new Legends Event Center, a 122,300-square-foot indoor event facility slated to open in late 2022 in the heart of Travis Bryan Midtown Park.
From parks to storm water and road improvements to sidewalks, residents will have the opportunity to give input on some projects and see big progress made on others. Here are 12 public improvement projects in Bryan to keep your eye on this year.
The traffic signal at Villa Maria Road and Midtown Park Boulevard will change from a flashing yellow to a full traffic signal beginning the morning of Friday, Dec. 10.