Construction of the first private jai-alai court in decades is moving along with a goal to be ready by Halloween. The project took 5 years to gain approval and is now a reality. The construction is being done by Point West Engineering of Tampa with our own Anthony Sutton as the designer of the project.
The court will be almost the size of Matt’s in Connecticut, setting up the table for national tournaments once the COVID-19 crisis is over. The court has been downgraded a bit from earlier plans, such as a fixed roof, an elaborate players room and lighting during this first phase.
Construction has also begun of a bathroom for the court, located in the garage about 10 feet from the museum entrance, and approximately 235 feet from the players cage. Landscaping has been completed on the east side of the court, completely enclosing the 4.25 acre property to be non-visible from neighbors all around