Atlanta Sports City complex coming to DeKalb’s Stonecrest Mall Previous Gallery Next Gallery 1 / 8 Atlanta Sports City / Special The massive Atlanta Sports City recreation complex is slated to be built near Stonecrest Mall in DeKalb County. The 190-acre site would be developed into a multi-use facility at a cost of $200 million. 2 / 8 Atlanta Sports City / Special The Atlanta Sports City Soccer Village would include numerous fields and a 15,000-seat professional soccer facility. 3 / 8 Atlanta Sports City / Special The ASC fieldhouse, shown here, would be a 204,325-square foot indoor athletic facility. The complex would also offer 338,966 square feet of retail space. 4 / 8 Atlanta Sports City / Special Stonecrest Stadium, rendered above, would be among the complex’s major amenities. The Atlanta Sports city complex would include 22 multi-use fields, 7 sports diamonds and 5 indoor professional basketball courts. 5 / 8 Henry Taylor / AJC Harley Chapman holds his new soccer ball up high in the sky after sitting through the unveiling of the Atlanta Sports City sports complex site in Stonecrest, Georgia, on Wednesday, February 22, 2017. 6 / 8 Henry Taylor / AJC Jason Lary, the President of Stonecrest Cityhood Alliance and a mayoral candidate (now Stonecrest mayor), gives fast high-fives and palm slaps to the front row as he takes his place at the podium. 7 / 8 Henry Taylor / AJC Ex-Falcons player Jamie Dukes, an analyst for NFL Network, speaks to the crowd at the unveiling of the Atlanta Sports City sports complex site. Dukes’ personal passion of helping treat and advocate for concussions takes a part in the new complex, where a facility will be built to practice drip fusion therapy. 8 / 8 Henry Taylor / AJC Devon Thompson holds his son, Ajani, up on his shoulders where Ajani waves about one of the maps passed out during the presentation at the unveiling of the Atlanta Sports City sports complex site in Stonecrest.) Related Stadium and sports complex to be built in Stonecrest Video: Atlanta Sports City Sign up for e-newsletters Want more news? Sign up for free e-newsletters to get more of AJC delivered to your inbox.