Maples Crossing makes room for Munters; Relocates rinks to Lower Campus 


Maples Crossing recently welcomed the addition of Munters Corporation, a company that has been doing business in Amesbury for 60 years. Along with the design of the new corporate headquarters, the remainder of the Maples campus has undergone some modifications to better serve and accommodate all visitors. The last few years have brought new challenges for everyone, but amongst those challenges the project has moved forward and has recently completed phase one of the campus. 

The YMCA Early Learning Center is growing its enrollment and has been since the start of the school year, welcoming children from 6 months-6 years old. Maples Esports has been active since September as well, offering gaming practices, lessons, and events for the surrounding communities. The turf field is currently being installed and sporting events have started filling up for the spring. There is also a food and beverage component to serve the field, which prioritizes an enjoyable and welcoming atmosphere for all.   

The ice rinks have been repositioned to the lower campus, creating a cohesive location closer to the field, which will benefit the development and training for all ages. Included in the multi-use facility will be a training center, warm-up/recovery area, state-of-the art locker-rooms, healthy food options and many more amenities. Another advantage to the relocation is a convenient drop-off/pick up option for families, which will accommodate the YMCA, the turf field, and the rinks once built.  

The upper campus will serve as the home for Business and Entertainment at Maples Crossing rounding out the development. When complete, Maples offerings include office space, retail, health and wellness, medical resources, guest speakers, classroom lessons, and much more!   

“Timing and planning have been a challenge with this project coming on the heels of the pandemic, but we have used the time wisely and have been proactive. It has also helped us prepare and create more programs and sporting opportunities to better serve the community. We reexamined the layout of the campus to meet the needs of Munters and in my opinion, it’s even better. I haven’t been this excited about an end-goal since competing at the Olympics. When I moved across the country for this project, I had one priority; to create the best environment and team possible for athletes to succeed. We want to change the way youth sports are being run, and use the lessons learned throughout our careers to prepare these athletes for a better future. Our vision and core values will set us apart, and I truly believe Maples Crossing will be the hub for sporting options in the region.” Kacey Bellamy-Director of Athletic Development at Maples Crossing 

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