HEB Center

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HEB Center at Cedar Park
The HEB Center with the old name (2014)
The HEB Center with the old name (2014)
Earlier names

Cedar Park Center (2009-2016)

place 2100 Avenue of the Stars Cedar Park , Texas 78613
United StatesUnited States
Coordinates 30 ° 32 '28.8 "  N , 97 ° 49' 12.7"  W Coordinates: 30 ° 32 '28.8 "  N , 97 ° 49' 12.7"  W.
owner City of Cedar Park
operator Northland Properties, LLC.
start of building June 10, 2008
opening September 25, 2009
surface Concrete
ice surface
costs 55 million US dollars
architect Sink Combs Dethlefs
capacity 6,863 seats (ice hockey)
7,200 seats (basketball)
8,500 seats (concerts)

The HEB Center (full name: HEB Center at Cedar Park ) is a multi-purpose arena in the US city ​​of Cedar Park in the state of Texas . The venue is owned by the City of Cedar Park. It offers 6863 spectators for ice hockey games , 7200 spectators for basketball and up to 8500 spectators for concerts .


The Cedar Park Center near Austin was the home ground for the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League built after the farm team of the Dallas Stars for season 2009/10 was moved to Cedar Park. In 2010, another tenant was added with the Austin Spurs from the NBA G-League , but the facility can also be used for other events such as B. concerts can be used. In 2014, the Austin Aces from World TeamTennis (WTT) played their games in the Cedar Park arena. Austin Acoustic from the Legends Football League (LFL) have been using the hall since 2016 .

The start of construction of 55 million US dollars expensive Cedar Park Center was on 10 June 2008 and on 25 September 2009, the hall was with a concert by George Strait opened. The owner is the city of Cedar Park. The center has been operated by Northland Properties, LLC since 2014.

In April 2016, the San Antonio- based retail company HEB Grocery Co. became the new name sponsor of Cedar Park's multi-purpose hall.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Northland Properties Corporation Completes Acquisition of Texas Stars, Assumes Control of Cedar Park Center. In: hebcenter.com. December 17, 2014, accessed February 2, 2019 .
  2. Michael Theis: Cedar Park Center naming rights sold. In: bizjournals.com. Austin Business Journal, April 22, 2016, accessed February 2, 2019 .