HGR Lacrosse New Building renderingThe North Andover Patch wrote a recent article covering HGR’s plans for the new building facility. Following is an excerpt. Read the full article here »

The ‘biggest indoor high school lacrosse league in Massachusetts’ has plans to move to a new home in 2024.

NORTH ANDOVER, MA — Homegrown Lacrosse has proposed building a new facility near the airport as they have outgrown their current location.

The proposed project calls for a 39,100-square-foot facility at 492 Sutton St. between Terminal Road and Old Clark Road. The project will include office space, a parking lot, utilities, and drainage improvements.

The plans for the 2.5-acre lot were developed by Hancock Associates. The lot is being leased by Lawrence Municipal Airport. The site is currently undeveloped, according to planning documents.

Bryan Brazill, founder, president, and coach of Homegrown Lacrosse, said that they had outgrown their current building at 400 Osgood St. and the adjacent parking lot. The current facility is about 30,000 square feet.

The new space will have “a significantly bigger field, 80 yards long by 50 yards wide, which is double our current space.” It will also have “mezzanine seating, state-of-the-art artificial turf, a beautiful lobby, and 45 ft high ceilings” along with a lobby viewing area, a recruiting conference room, and a film room.

“We don’t plan on changing the business plan at all, just offering a better product to the customers,” Brazill said at a Planning Board meeting earlier this month.

The project will include 45 parking spaces. Plans call for the new facility to open in mid-August 2024.