Xtream Arena

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About the Xtream Arena Project

Xtream Arena & GreenState Family Fieldhouse are part of a project that Coralville, in partnership with the State of Iowa and private investors, built in the Iowa River Landing (IRL), a 180-acre mixed-use development located on Interstate 80 at Exit 242 (1st Avenue). 

Fly-through animation of the new Xtream Arena powered by Mediacom in the Iowa River Landing in Coralville, IA; opened in September 2020.

Contact Us

  1. Kelly Hayworth

    City Administrator
    City of Coralville

    Ph: 319.248.1700

    Josh Schamberger

    Iowa City / Coralville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau

    Ph: 319.337.6592

    Xtream Arena website
  1.    At a Glance
  2.    Impact
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  4.    Timeline
  5. ArenaCo
Xtream Arena at a Glance
200 E. 9th Street
(In the Iowa River Landing District on the corner of E 9th Street and E 2nd Avenue).

Seating Capacity
Seating capacity of 5,100

View upcoming events at www.xtreamarena.com.

Xtream Arena is a multi-purpose facility. A single full-size sheet of ice supports the demands of an ECHL Hockey team, University of Iowa Women’s Club Hockey Team, and youth hockey clubs. The Arena is home to the University of Iowa Women’s volleyball team. The facility has the flexibility to host a number of athletic events and tournaments, from wrestling and basketball to indoor football and soccer, in addition to concerts, comedians, and special events such as graduation ceremonies.

In addition to the Arena, there are many other functions in the facility including GreenState Family Fieldhouse, which is large enough for five basketball courts. The Johnson County Historical Society and the Antique Car Museums have new facilities in the lower level of the Arena facility along with additional mixed-use retail. 

The Xtream Arena is a one-of-a-kind facility in the Midwest to bring in new athletic competitions and tournaments, provide a venue for certain University of Iowa Athletic sports, and alleviate tight scheduling in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. They make this facility a sought after and worthwhile investment.

The Big Picture

The creation of the Xtream Arena is the first step towards more than $190 million of new developments in the Iowa River Landing. 

Other Developments in the Iowa River Landing


This mixed-use, multi-story building on the north end will be adjacent to the Iowa Arena, on the south side of E. 9th Street. This space dedicates 25,000 square feet each to a permanent home for the Antique Car Museum of Iowa and Johnson County Historical Society Museum, office space, and retail space. 

Drury Hotel

This is the second Drury property in the state of Iowa; the Iowa River Landing location is a 180-room facility.

Staybridge Suites/Mixed Use

This 120-room hotel property has a physical connection and walkway to the Iowa Fitness and Sports Performance Institute.

Parking Ramp 

Located along E. 2nd Street, a 750-space, three-level ramp serves Drury Inn guests, University of Iowa Hospital and Clinic patients, and area patrons. 

Mixed Use 1

This mixed use, three-story building on the corner of E. 9th Street and Quarry Road will include 40,000 square feet for ground-level indoor parking, 20,000 square feet for retail space, and 60,000 square feet for residential condominiums. 

Building C

Located on the corner of E. 2nd Avenue and E. 9th Street, this building will include underground parking, first floor retail space, 12 luxury townhomes for owner occupancy, and 64 urban condominiums available for lease.

Building G

This mixed use, multi-story building will be east of Building C on E. 9th Street. Plans include 40 stalls of underground parking; a first floor with 14,000 square feet of commercial space, part of which could be occupied by a restaurant; and three upper floors offering a combined 36 condos. 

Ground Breaking

A ceremonial public ground breaking for the new multi-purpose arena in Coralville took place on May 16, 2018.

Informational Open House

An open house was held at the Coralville Public Library on August 18, 2016. Staff from the City of Coralville and the Iowa City/Coralville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau were present to answer questions, and the following were in display: