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Developer Forms Partnership with Vegas Golden Knights to Boost Youth Hockey Programming at North Las Vegas Redevelopment Site

The 73-acre site site is being redeveloped by Agora into a mixed-use project with a variety of housing options.

Project Hylo Park rendering (Courtesy of City of North Las Vegas)

Las Vegas, NV - Agora Realty & Management (Agora), a real estate development firm, announced that the Vegas Golden Knights will provide management and programming for the existing ice arena that the developer owns in North Las Vegas. 

The ice arena is part of the former 73-acre Texas Station and Rancho casinos site. The entire site is being redeveloped by Agora into a mixed-use commercial and residential project including a variety of housing options such as apartments, townhomes, and detached single-family homes. Also included will be a family-oriented athletic complex – Champion Square – consisting of the existing ice rink along with other sports-programmed buildings, shops, restaurants, and public spaces.

The Vegas Golden Knights will begin programming as of November 20. Their youth hockey opportunities include everything from Learn to Skate to the Vegas Jr. Golden Knights travel program.

“This historic partnership marks a pivotal moment for North Las Vegas, the largest minority-majority city in Nevada and one of the most diverse cities in the United States. For the first time in our city’s history, a professional sports team is bringing their expertise and resources to our community, reflecting our commitment to fostering growth, recreation and opportunity across North Las Vegas,” said North Las Vegas Mayor Pamela Goynes-Brown.

Agora is also building a mixed-use, 19-acre redevelopment project along Lake Mead and Las Vegas Boulevard corridor in downtown North Las Vegas.