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Pickleball House holds grand opening, ribbon-cutting in Middle River

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MIDDLE RIVER, MD—The ribbon has officially been cut.

Pickleball House held a grand opening in Middle River on Wednesday morning.

Seeking to capitalize on the continued demand for indoor pickleball courts, a group of investors including Gil Schuerholz, co-owner of Forty West Tennis Club in Catonsville, a former tennis professional and a member of the Towson University Athletic Hall of Fame, is bringing the new 10-court indoor pickleball venue to Baltimore County.

The ownership team, which includes local businessmen Bill Henderson and Joe Opauski, opened Pickleball House at St. John Properties’ Greenleigh, a 1,000-acre mixed-use business community. The site is located at  1330 Innovation Street.

Each court is professionally measured to adhere to the legal 30 x 60-foot size, and the facility is equipped with enhanced lighting and acoustical treatments to provide the highest quality playing experience. Pickleball House also features full-service locker rooms with showers, a pro shop, and televisions in the lounge areas. A centre court feature with bleacher seating adds an enhanced environment and viewing of high-profile matches. The facility offers men’s, women’s and co-ed leagues, children’s programming, open play, and weekend tournaments geared to all skill levels.

Pickleball House has room for an additional six outdoor courts, which the ownership group indicates “is an option that may occur in the future.”

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Photo via the Perry Hall White Marsh Business Association

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