PLAY YOUR WAY AT BLUHAWK.
Bluhawk is anchored by a 420,000 square-foot sports facility, the first phase of which is 260,000 square-feet and set to open this fall.
The multi-sport complex will be constructed in phases. The first phase, coming in Fall 2024, will include a NHL size ice rink, 8 basketball courts (convertible to 16 volleyball/pickleball courts), a 40,000 square foot turf field, locker rooms, training area, sprinting track, café, sports medicine center, and more. The family entertainment center will be home to arcade games, bowling, laser tag, an e-sports center, golf simulators, and a roll glider.
Bluhawk’s Red Door Grill is the place where after-work happy hours turn into memorable dinners with friends. From their legendary Woodfired Wings to the mouth-watering Kansas City Strip, you can’t go wrong with this menu.
For those who wish every day was Taco Tuesday, there’s Cactus Grill. This authentic Mexican eatery added its name to the strong list of tenants coming to Bluhawk last year.
Bluhawk is located approximately 20 minutes from downtown Kansas City. You’ll get all the benefits of living in an up-and-coming suburban area surrounded by retail, dining, and entertainment — all just a short drive from entertainment and culture in the newly revitalized downtown Kansas City, MO.
Tailored for individuals to ensure people throughout the Kansas City metro that they have access to a community of wellness and interaction with a variety of experiences. This unique, forward-thinking mix makes for the ultimate Kansas City experience, right here at Bluhawk.
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Bluhawk isn’t just a destination, it’s an experience — one based on health, fitness and community.
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AdventHealth Sports Park at Bluhawk is an incredible indoor facility that is a true sports destination. Located in the heart of the Bluhawk District, this facility will be within walking distance of premium restaurants, retail, and hotels.
“The Bluhawk development project will greatly enhance the quality of life in Overland Park and the surrounding communities and will attract visitors, recreation-seekers, and sports enthusiasts from across the region to Kansas,” Gov. Laura Kelly said in a statement.
The first phase, coming in Fall 2024, will include an ice rink, 8 basketball courts (convertible to 16 volleyball/pickleball courts), a 40,000 square foot turf field, locker rooms, e-sports center, family entertainment center, training area, sprinting track, café, sports medicine center, and more.