A rendering of the exterior of Duluth, Ga.’s, Infinite Energy Center after renovations. (Courtesy Infinite Energy Center) Expansion plans include a makeover of existing venues and adding an entertainment district Infinite Energy Center’s 118-acre Duluth, Ga. campus renovation, which includes renovations to the theater, an expansion of The Forum convention center, a new parking structure, a hotel, and a mixed use development, is currently underway. Gwinnett County, which owns the land and venues, is financing the project. It will be located on property that previously contained 5,000 parking spaces. In addition to the convention center, Infinite Energy Center includes an arena, theater and the Hudgens Center for Arts & Learning. The convention center and theater renovations total approximately $200 million. “We started planning this project about 12 years ago, when we began talking to hotel partners,” said Joseph Dennis, Infinite Energy Center’s general manager. “In 2015, we got serious about… Continue Reading Infinite Energy Center campus renovation underway

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