The 80,000-square-foot Dr. Pepper StarCenter Farmers Branch is being renovated the Dallas Stars and the City of Farmers Branch announced earlier this month.
The Dr Pepper StarCenter Farmers Branch was originally constructed in 2004. The renovations and improvements are scheduled to be completed by the end of 2018.
“The improvements to the Dr Pepper StarCenter Farmers Branch are part of the continued commitment by the Stars organization to growing the game of hockey in the greater Southwest region,” Dallas Stars Chief Operating Officer Jason Farris said in a statement.
“We are grateful for our tremendous partners at the City of Farmers Branch and are confident that the enhancements to the facility will make it into an even greater community space.”
According to the Dallas Stars, the improvements will include upgrades to the exterior of the building, a refresh of the lobby and rink viewing areas, plus lighting and sound upgrades to both ice rinks.
Once the renovations are complete, The DrPepper StarCenter Farmers Branch will also become home to the Dallas Stars Alumni Center on the main floor and the Texas Hockey History Center on the second floor.
For more information on the Dr. Pepper StarCenters, please visit DallasStars.com/StarCenters.
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