The amount of gunfire at the Hy-Vee Arena is absolutely insane. I hope nobody was hurt or worse in the #hyveearena Hyvee arena.
The Hy-Vee Arena, once known as the Kemper Arena, is now yours to own. The building is once more up for sale for $36 million. The building was purchased by Steve Foutch of the Foutch Brothers five years ago for $1, saving the city close to $5 million in demolition expenditures.
For Hy-Vee Arena, the Foutch Brothers have enormous ideas. They intended to reuse the famous structure, but Covid-19 struck right after renovations were finished. According to Steve Foutch, “things got pretty bad when COVID hit.”
The competition was thus postponed, and the anticipated funds were lost. They claimed that although they didn’t actually want to sell it, they were hoping to locate a local professional athlete or another person to take care of the old structure.
He stated, “I simply put it on the market and went fishing.” Every penny counts toward keeping this location bustling. Foutch claims that persuading people to attend the event is the major difficulty, not organizing it.
He believes a new housing development that would add more than 5,000 dwellings to the neighborhood will be beneficial. We’re proud of it and what we’ve accomplished here, he declared. We are aware that brighter days are ahead.