Miami Dolphins New $135M Football Complex Will Be Ready For Training Camp This Summer

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
  • hydrotherapy area
  • fuel bar
  • 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
  • locker rooms
  • equipment space
  • a dining hall
  • auditorium
  • outdoor practice area with two full natural grass fields
  • full indoor practice facility
  • lobby with a grand staircase
  • office area
  • press area
  • fan amenities
  • a broadcast area

The new facility is being built at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, on what was formerly a parking area.

 

 

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Anonymous
29 days ago

happy to see dolphins back in 305

Anonymous
29 days ago

Miami gardens needs that metro rail extension up 27th and it will be in prime state for some nice development.

Anonymous
29 days ago

not dense enough

Anonymous
28 days ago

Build the infrastructure and the developers build around it. Thats how you how properly design a city and build density. You wait for the developers and it becomes that much harder and more expensive to build the rail.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Plz Miami extend Metromover to Miami Gardens and Sawgrass Mills cuz I said so.

Azarius
29 days ago

Is this by the stadium or in Broward by Nova?

Anonymous
29 days ago

Sadly probably by Broward.
Same goes with the football fiasco.
We still have nothing in place after almost a decade.
Most players are training in Broward so guess where they are buying properties?

Anonymous
29 days ago

Where else would players buy houses? Murder gardens ?

Anonymous
29 days ago

Nahhh, Killaleah…

Anonymous
29 days ago

Incorrect. This is in Dade.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Do you have zero reading comprehension skills? It’s literally in Hard Rock Stadium’s parking lot lmao

Anonymous
29 days ago

Its right in the parking lot of Hard Rock, literally AT the stadium

Anonymous
29 days ago

Stadium. No more Nova!

Anonymous
29 days ago

On the West side of the stadium along 27th

Anonymous
28 days ago

Reading helps.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Honestly, I’d rather see news about Fort Lauderdale than Miami Gardens.

Anonymous
29 days ago

The irony of this beautiful facility surrounded by poverty LOL

Anonymous
29 days ago

Miami Gardens is actually mostly middle class

Azarius
29 days ago

It is and if the city would develop around the stadium and make its own entertainment district with housing hotels and commercial/retail and not Ross and Marshals. We’ll see this area change really quick for the better, might even draw some of the crowd from downtown and the beach

William
29 days ago

Yes but also needs the Metrorail extension which was originally promised.

Anonymous
29 days ago

I think existing residents are resisting that over fears of gentrification. Frustrating, but I think it’ll happen, so much valuable real estate in the area due to the stadium and Mirramar across the county line is developing nicely.

Anonymous
29 days ago

They supposed to add a town center in the empty lot by Walmart. They didn’t confirm when it going to happened

Azarius
29 days ago

Tourists wise

Anonymous
29 days ago

Fifty years ago maybe, although the definition of middle class is subjective after Shit Willie, Dubya, and Obozo.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Well, I sure as hell didn’t see Ronnie Raygun, Dubya Bullshit, or Donald the quack Drump do anything in all that time either.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Wrong about the poverty level. Crime has also gone down in the Gardens.