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$120M Fort Bend Co Epicenter open for business

Sizable Houston-Area Entertainment Venue Set to Open

The Fort Bend County Epicenter, located just north of the county fairgrounds, opens for business this weekend. The $120 million, 230,000-square foot sports and entertainment venue is situated in Rosenberg, SW of Houston.

The Houston Business Journal reports the multipurpose venue has a fixed-seating capacity of 8,600 — which can be raised to 10,000 with floor seating — and can be configured to accommodate six basketball courts or 12 volleyball courts. The project also features a 38,000-square-foot covered outdoor pavilion, 5,000 square feet of meeting and conference room space, a VIP lounge, four concession stands and four locker rooms. The Epicenter has already booked a number of club and school sports competitions, as well as two televised events, a Top Rank Boxing match on ESPN and All Elite Wrestling on TBS.

The project was funded through a public-private partnership, with the county leasing the facility for 30 years, after which it will own the property. Sugar Land-based Stonehenge Holdings LLC is the developer of the project. 

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