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Meanwhile, the interior of the old Key Arena has been stripped, ready to be demolished, save for the roof.
The $700 million project was designed to court NHL and NBA teams
The $700 million project can move forward—with completion scheduled for 2020
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
The now-$700 million project will upgrade the facility, but keep the roof
A glass atrium, expanded hockey seating, and Space Needle views—under the original roof
The city council has approved the deal to redevelop Key Arena—and the mayor will sign it
The plan still needs City Council approval
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it).
In case you were wondering, a step forward for the city’s KeyArena plans haven’t deterred Chris Hansen and company from their fight for an arena in SODO.
Plans to renovate KeyArena just took one big step forward: Oak View Group has been officially selected to re-build the Seattle Center venue.
Citing frustrations with the selection process, Seattle Partners pulled their bid to redevelop KeyArena on Sunday—or perhaps flounced.
Both would renovate KeyArena instead of building a new structure in its place, and were developed with NBA and NHL teams in mind—plus an increased capacity for entertainment.
Today Seattle Mayor Ed Murray announced 10-member Arena Advisory Panel to develop recommendations for KeyArena as the city eyes redeveloping the Seattle Sonics’s former home.
They’ve been waiting months for this
A new MOU could make it easier to get an NHL franchise here first
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The Seahawks quarterback throws his PR weight behind one arena proposal
The battle between KeyArena and Chris Hansen’s SoDo arena is on
Just like that, we have dueling arena ideas in the works