Quad NHL Sheet Ice Arena | THE ICE HOUSE
The Hackensack based ICE HOUSE is the practice site for many NHL Hockey teams, home for Oksana Baiul and the “The Late Show”, David Letterman’s 1998 Olympic Zamboni Races. This eleven-million dollar skating arena was completed in 1998 and houses four official size NHL sheets to serve over nine million people within a 30 minute drive.
The ice arena has viewing areas with the main arena seating over 1200 spectators. The Milberger Architectural Group is the proud recipient of the 1999 New Jersey Business & Industry Association’s (NBJIA) Good Neighbor Award for their design of the IceHouse. The NBJIA honors corporations for their excellence in job creation, community involvement and architectural merit. NJBIA, the nation’s largest state-level employer association has more than 16,000 member companies and has sponsored this award annually since 1960. The IceHouse ice arena is the largest Skating and Training Facility on the East Coast.
The ice arena is located along the Hackensack River just minutes from New York City. The facility serves hockey, figure skating and public sessions. Schools and local individual hockey leagues are accommodated with not only ice time but offices and team facilities as well. The second floor will has a food court with additional restaurants, lobby, team and offices which overlook all four NHL rinks.
The Owners of the Ice Arena, Hockey Management L.L.C. claim that they will have, “More Ice than You Can Shake a Stick At!” This is the largest and most complete Ice skating facility of its kind in the Eastern United States and will set a standard for Ice skating facilities. Visit The Ice House at http://www.icehousenj.com/