415 N. Broadway
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TAP Architecture is currently wrapping up construction at the new Moore Recreation Center and Aquatic Facility located along Broadway Ave in the heart of Moore. The facility covers approximately 107,000 square feet. The Recreation Center will be 52,311sf, Recreation Center/Aquatics Support building is 7,415sf, and the Aquatics Facility is 47,229sf.
Also included in the park will be an amphitheater, farmers market/multipurpose pavilions, walking trail, universal playground and open spaces for families to gather.
The park is 51 acres in size located in central Moore. The family of Dr. Curtis Berry sold the land in 2013 to the City of Moore at a steep discount to the City. In recognizing that donation the official name of the park is Dr. Curtis Berry- Central Park.
Check out this video capturing the layout and progress Central Moore Park has made:
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