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DEVOS FAMILY BUSY WITH POSSIBLE NEW FACILITY/FACELIFT
Published July 6, 1995
In Orlando, the DeVos family is looking to build a multipurpose training and practice facility to accomodate its NBA and IHL franchises. The facility would include an ice rink and health club open to the public, a basketball court, and office space for the Magic and Solar Bears. Although no timetable has been set, they are looking to the north side of Orlando (George Diaz, ORLANDO SENTINEL, 7/6). FACE LIFT FOR O-RENA: The Orlando Arena will be shut down for six weeks in August to install 1,000 seats to the lower bowl, expand locker rooms and put in a new ice-making system. The cost is estimated at $4M and will be paid for mostly by the DeVos' (Dan Tracy, ORLANDO SENTINEL, 7/6).