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Elevate Parks & Recreation (Tree & Green

Event Center

Updated Aug 25, 2023

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This project explored the feasibility of constructing a conference/convention center and/or sports tourism and event space within the City of Tuscaloosa. Examples of events that could be hosted in spaces like these include conferences, conventions, trade shows, athletics, performances, corporate and civic outings, and a variety of other events. 

The feasibility study evaluated existing and projected future demand for a facility, evaluated the appropriate size of any recommended facilities, identified the best location(s), recommended partnering strategies, determined project capital and operating costs, and assessed the impact of any recommended facilities on the local economy. 

Goals and Impact
  • Conduct a data-driven study to determine the viability of new event and athletic space

  • Use the data and conclusions to make informed decisions and form strategic plans

  • Identify opportunities both to serve the local market and to attract tourism

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Download the final feasibility study report here.

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Elevate Tuscaloosa Fund: City funds dedicated to Elevate Tuscaloosa which are allocated to this project.

Other City Funds: City funds from non-Elevate Tuscaloosa sources allocated to this project.

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