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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
It’s called Move All Seattle Sustainably, or MASS
The $700 million project can move forward—with completion scheduled for 2020
A glass atrium, expanded hockey seating, and Space Needle views—under the original roof
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.
The city and KEXP are hosting an open house to answer all your questions about KeyArena proposals.
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.
Both SODO and KeyArena are getting the full attention of the Seattle City Council.
Sonics, again; or maybe something from Seattle’s new era?
A new MOU could make it easier to get an NHL franchise here first
One less threat Chris Hansen has to worry about
The Seahawks quarterback throws his PR weight behind one arena proposal
The battle between KeyArena and Chris Hansen’s SoDo arena is on
You have questions about the new arrangement, we have your answers
The new proposal still needs the city to vacate a stretch of Occidental Avenue
We should just rename the neighborhood Hansen at this point
As 2016 draws to a close, keep an eye on these spots for 2017 and beyond
Let the bubbly flow at Seattle Times HQ. The Seattle City Council has rejected the vacation of a stretch of Occidental Avnue S to Chris Hansen for his SoDo Arena project.
Despite the best efforts of the Port of Seattle and the Seattle Times, Chris Hansen's SoDo Arena plans got a big boost on Tuesday. The Seattle City Council transportation committee voted 4-1 Tuesday to recommend selling part of Occidental Avenue S.
King 5 decided to test the idea that a stretch of Occidental Avenue is too vital to be closed for Chris Hansen's SoDo arena plans. Turns out...it's not.
The city continues to figure out if Chris Hansen's plan for an arena in SoDo is viable and The Seattle Times continues to hate everything about it.