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Opened: October 2010
Cost: $380 million (total construction cost)
Location: Downtown Orlando; bound by Church Street (north); Hughey Avenue (east); South Street (south); Division Avenue (west)
Owner and Operator: City of Orlando
Primary Tenant: Orlando Magic
Functions: NBA and collegiate basketball, arena football, indoor soccer, concerts, hockey, circuses, stage shows and exhibitions
Design Architect: Populous (formerly HOK Sport)
Local Architects: C.T. Hsu + Associates; Baker Barrios Architects, Inc.
Construction Manager: Hunt Construction Group in association with Rey Group, R.L. Burns, Inc., HZ Construction and Albu & Associates, Inc.
Program Manager: Turner Construction Company
Theming and Environmental Graphics Designer: RipBang
“Champion of the Community” Founding Building Partners: Harris Corporation; AirTran; PepsiCo; GEICO; Disney Parks; Florida Hospital
Site Acreage: 8.75 acres
Number of Levels: 8: Event Level (E); Mezzanine (Level 1); IOA Founders (2); Terrace (3); Club (4); Promenade (5); Sky (6); Press (7)
Square Footage: 875,000 square feet
Seating Capacities: 19,700 (center
Premium Spaces: 60 private suites; 2
bunker suites; 2 super suites; 1,400 club seats; 68 loge boxes (328
seats); and overall 17 hospitality areas available on a per event basis.
Technology: Harris Corporation is the official technology partner for the Amway Center. The arena will have more than 1,100 screens of high-definition content via Internet Protocol Television and a state-of-the-art digital signage network which will maximize fan engagement and interaction, distribute an unprecedented amount of patron information, as well as providing unlimited opportunities for advertisers and sponsors.
MWBE Participation: Commitment to Blueprint; Achieved in excess of 30 percent MWBE participation, above the benchmark goal of 24 percent.
Amenities: The new Amway Center will feature more value than ever before for ticket holders. All patron price levels will have access to premium amenities in the Amway Center such as: