The Virginia Attorney General’s Office says it has reached a settlement with SportsQuest LLC for its alleged violations of a state law, but that doesn’t mean former customers will see their money any time soon.
The new owner of the unfinished Chesterfield sports complex has renamed the project and hired a commercial brokerage firm to manage operations.
The massive project promoted as an Olympic-caliber training facility was foreclosed on Tuesday by Shaw Industries.
Shaw Industries Group, the company that manufactured and financed the artificial turf at SportsQuest, is pushing to foreclose on 120 acres at the troubled Chesterfield sports complex.
The founder of what was supposed to be an Olympic-caliber sports training facility in Chesterfield County is out as CEO after a year of mounting legal woes.
The financially strapped planned sports facility was evicted Monday from the building that housed its basketball court and weight-lifting facility, and the phone line for memberships has been disconnected.
One of SportsQuest’s longest-standing partners has withdrawn from its involvement in the partly constructed project, taking with it its indoor sports training business and an important piece of SportsQuest’s operations.
SportsQuest founder Steve Burton posted a letter to address the suit and give an update on the business, including stating that parts of the venture are up for sale.
A struggling Chesterfield sports complex has some new opponents: Virginia’s consumer protection agency and the attorney general.
The ambitious Chesterfield sports complex is having trouble paying its bills and keeping its employees, and the business will not be running an arena football team for the upcoming season as advertised.