The AdventHealth Training Center, the new practice and training home of the Orlando Magic, has broken ground in downtown Orlando. The 130,000-sf, $70 million facility will be an innovative health and wellness model that brings whole-person medicine, science, and research together to optimize sports performance.
AdventHealth Training Center will provide the Magic with two state-of-the-art basketball courts for practice; expanded strength and conditioning; training and recovery facilities; aquatic spaces, including for physical therapy and hydrotherapy; sports science and nutrition facilities; and cutting-edge AV and imaging technology.
Additionally, AdventHealth’s 33,300-sf medical center will be located within the building and provide professional and amateur athletes with multidiscipline medicine with a focus on whole-person health and sports science. Services will include orthopedics, primary care, sports medicine, imaging, rehabilitation, and sports performance.
HOK designed the building with Balfour Beatty as the construction manager. The facility is slated to open in the second quarter of 2022.