A new commercial development project in the West Virginia town of West Virginia City has received approval from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to build a shelter and recreation center for local residents.
The project was first approved in March and now includes an amphitheater, outdoor swimming pool, playground, a gym, and an amphora of recycled water.
The project is designed to improve the quality of life for the community, according to a news release from the Army Corps.
According to the project’s application, the amphitheatre will be used for outdoor entertainment and for “community events and activities.”
A playground will be built with play equipment and will have a “touristy atmosphere.”
The project also includes a large amphitheaters for live music and shows.
The Army Corps has been involved in several projects for the area, including the construction of the new headquarters for the Army, and the construction and renovation of a water treatment plant.