City Sports Center

Construction on the Ren-Cen Indoor Tennis and Racquet Club began in 1978. The facility featured ten tennis and four racquetball courts. The club opened in 1980 but almost immediately ran into financial problems. After defaulting on construction loans backed by the city's retirement fund, the club closed in late 1982. In 1989 it was sold to Anthony Soave, owner of a trash hauling company and converted into a hockey rink. The City Sports Center opened in December of 1993 after $2 million dollars in renovations.

Over the years the sports center was used as a practice rink for the Detroit Red Wings and several local teams, including Wayne State University. But with a decrease in the popularity of hockey and low use, it closed in 2014. In 2018 the facility was leased to the Detroit City FC, a local soccer team, who converted the hockey rinks into soccer fields. The Detroit City Fieldhouse will feature a clubhouse for supporters of the team.