A four-year, $11 million effort to build the Day Hill Dome indoor sports bubble in Windsor came right down to the wire, achieving its certificate of occupancy at 2 p.m. Friday.
Connecticut has a number of venues for watching live sporting events like Rentschler Field, the XL Center, Dunkin’ Donuts Park, Dillon Stadium and Gampel Pavilion. Recreational sports facilities — for those who prefer to be part of the action — are playing catch-up.
Vincent DiCarlo shuttered his home-based marketing business three years ago, devoting his time and energy into building a 95,000-square-foot sports dome in a former tobacco field off Day Hill Road in Windsor.
Well you should see what is going to be built in Windsor! It’s called The Day Hill Dome, a 100,000 square foot indoor training for all kinds of sports.
With approval last week from Windsor’s Planning and Zoning Commission, the project known as the Day Hill Dome is one step closer to becoming a reality.