Chicago Fire plans North Side soccer facility
December 16, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The Chicago Fire soccer team unveiled plans to build a large soccer facility on the city's Northwest Side.
The nearly 5-acre project will be built on land at 3626 N. Talman Avenue, which is now a vacant factory.
The 140,000- square foot development will house two full-sized soccer fields, the city's first air-supported dome, and retail and office space. The team will practice there from time to time.
The Chicago Fire plans to open the sports facility next summer.
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