The new Miami Dolphins training facility will be ready to go in time for training camp this summer, CEO Tom Garfinkel announced on Instagram yesterday.
The new complex is among the best in the NFL. The team has previously said it will be “best in class.”
The facility will have a total of 217,200 square feet – more than 50,000 square feet larger than the team’s current home. It will include 125,000 square feet feet of training facility area, and a 92,200 square foot indoor field area.
Construction is estimated to cost $135 million.
Amenities will include:
An innovation hub for new technology and spatial computing
recovery area including cryotherapy and isolation tanks
an athletic training room with expansive rehabilitation space
meeting rooms with direct access to the fields
a two-story weight room with a cardio deck
a dining hall
outdoor practice area with two full natural grass fields
full indoor practice facility
lobby with a grand staircase
a broadcast area
The new facility is being built at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, on what was formerly a parking area.