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DEARBORN — It was a ground-breaking ceremony in more ways than one as local dignitaries came together to officially announce the forthcoming Hype Athletics complex and Hope for Humanity Center, a joint venture between the two well-known non-profit Dearborn institutions.
The new 110,000 square-foot complex will be built on the site of Warrendale Park and will be used as a multipurpose facility with the goal of community-building in mind. The expected timetable for its construction is about a year give or take a few months.
“After endless hours of searching for sites we finally found the right one,” said Ali Sayed, a 2009 Dearborn City Council candidate who founded Hype Athletics.
“We are shocked with the generosity Wayne County and the city of Dearborn Heights showed us and we want to thank them for that.”
Dearborn Heights City Councilman Tom Berry talked about what the center will provide for the city and the area.
“This complex will help to build awareness and community, it will become a destination point, it will help the city make progress and the property values will increase.”
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