National Basketball Association venue construction / renovation costs by arena from 1989 to 2009 (in million U.S. dollars)*

NBA - venue and stadium renovation / construction costs 1989-2009 This graph depicts the construction and renovation costs of National Basketball Association venues that were either newly built or renovated from 1989 to 2005. Construction costs for the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, built in 1994, were about 152 million U.S. dollars.
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Venue construction costs in million U.S. dollars
American Airlines Center, 2001420
Staples Center, 1999375
Time Warner Cable Arena, 2005265
Rose Garden, 1995262
Oracle Arena, 1997260
FedExForum, 2004250
Air Canada Centre, 1999239.5
Toyota Center, 2003235
Madison Square Garden, 1991220
Philips Arena, 1999213.5
Wachovia Center, 1996206
American Airlines Arena, 1999194
AT&T Center, 2002186
Pepsi Center, 1999184
Conseco Field House, 1999183
United Center, 1994175
TD Banknorth Garden, 1995160
Quicken Loans Arena, 1994152
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, 1992110
New Orleans Arena, 1999110
Target Center, 1990104
Amway Arena, 1989102
EnergySolution Arena, 199194
US Airways Center, 199290
Ford Center, 200289
Venue construction costs in million U.S. dollars
American Airlines Center, 2001420
Staples Center, 1999375
Time Warner Cable Arena, 2005265
Rose Garden, 1995262
Oracle Arena, 1997260
FedExForum, 2004250
Air Canada Centre, 1999239.5
Toyota Center, 2003235
Madison Square Garden, 1991220
Philips Arena, 1999213.5
Wachovia Center, 1996206
American Airlines Arena, 1999194
AT&T Center, 2002186
Pepsi Center, 1999184
Conseco Field House, 1999183
United Center, 1994175
TD Banknorth Garden, 1995160
Quicken Loans Arena, 1994152
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, 1992110
New Orleans Arena, 1999110
Target Center, 1990104
Amway Arena, 1989102
EnergySolution Arena, 199194
US Airways Center, 199290
Ford Center, 200289
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This graph depicts the construction and renovation costs of National Basketball Association venues that were either newly built or renovated from 1989 to 2005. Construction costs for the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, built in 1994, were about 152 million U.S. dollars.
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Release date
2009
Region
United States
Survey time period
1989 to 2005
Supplementary notes
* All figures are estimates. The year given is the opening year of the facility. All venues were either newly constructed or renovated.

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