Saturday, December 8, 2018

Published December 7, 2018 -

HOLLY HILL (FL) — The City Commission on Tuesday will vote on economic incentives for a proposed recreational sports facility at Hollyland Park that some say could become the “Wimbledon of Pickleball.”

An Ormond Beach couple has offered to donate $3 million to build the planned 24-court complex at the city’s Hollyland Park.

It would be the second-largest pickleball facility in Florida, trailing only a 50-court facility in Naples.

The target opening date for the Pickleball Daytona of Holly Hill complex is early 2020.

Rainer and Julie Martens are asking the city to contribute $1 million in Community Redevelopment Area funds to cover the project’s infrastructure costs.

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