Sportstar Capital is a leading sports and recreation development company. The business, based in Toronto Ontario, works to help cities and educational institutions of all sizes solve their need for functional, affordable and modern recreation facilities.
We offer a value proposition, with quality and integrity as our basis for doing business. Sportstar works directly with you to ensure the most cost effective and sustainable methods, such as solar roofing, are considered and utilized.
Our President & Founder, Marty Starkman, has successfully integrated and leveraged the Liberal Government of Ontario’s solar subsidy initiative to help generate additional income for our clients.
In today’s market the Solar Roof reduces the cost of electricity on the expense side. Batteries are now available to store the electricity and therefore electricity cost are practically zero. Payback is 7 to 8 years.
We are a turn-key solutions provider, with a highly skilled team of industry professionals. From operations to facility management, construction, architectural design and financial administration, our team is able to handle and execute against your every need.
After all, It’s all about the team!
About the project
We proudly completed the $15.8 million dollar “Youngs Sportsplex” in Welland, Ontario. Promising to be one of the most successful and utilized sports and recreation complexes in the province; projected to attract well over 1 million visitors annually!
Comprised of 120K sq. ft. of multi-use indoor recreation space, the complex is now home to a FIFA soccer field, four US Open rubber-coated indoor tennis courts which are available for Pickleball and the field is suitable for numerous additional indoor sports such as soccer, winter golf driving range, field lacrosse and frisbee. In addition, there is an outdoor component, which includes both artificial and natural grass FIFA soccer fields.
We have spent time investigating and applying new strategies and technologies to the needs of our clients. In Welland, the solar roof is garnering income simply by selling the power to the grid and furthermore, retail development opportunities are currently underway.