Pickleball in Spokane continues to grow and fans of Washington's official state sport will soon have another option for play space. The Press Pickleball Club will be a new 6-court indoor pickleball planned to open soon in Downtown Spokane at 1 N. Monroe, the former Spokesman Review production facility.
The name is a homage to the club's location - the former longtime home of the Spokesman Review's printing press. The Press Pickleball Club will be owned and managed by Cowles Real Estate, who also own the One North Monroe building and many other holdings around the area. John Gavin, commercial asset manager for Cowles Real Estate says "The transformation of the facility is underway, and we anticpate the space to be ready for play at the end of November. Over the past three months, we've engaged with members of the local pickleball community to listen to their needs and ensure that this facility becomes a vibrant hub for the sport"
Pickleball players of all levels are invited to provide feedback and shape the future of The Press Pickleball Club via a community survey that can currently be found at http://presspickleball.com. Those who complete the survey before October 26th will have a chance to win a $100 Nike gift card. Details of league play and tiered membership structure will be finalized soon.
The Press Pickleball Club will feature six dedicated indoor courts, expansive operating hours, easy reservations through Court Reserve, secure building, convenient parking options, locker room facilities, league play and tournments.