The Bank of Springfield Center is a multi-use facility with 44,000 square feet of column-free space, 21,000 additional square feet of meeting space and seating for up to 7700 spectators. The facility is located in the heart of the historic downtown and just feet from two full service hotels with more than 600 overnight accommodations.
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