Suns release flythrough of proposed Talking Stick Resort Arena upgrades
A flythrough video of the Phoenix Suns’ Talking Stick Resort Arena renovations takes viewers through the pavilion, main concourse and suites, all of which will be updated with new amenities.
The team released the renderings of the Project 201: PHX Reimagined upgrades on Wednesday.
The digital flythrough significantly features the premium spaces such as the bar and open entrance in the Casino Arizona Pavilion that leads into the bowl of the basketball arena. The video jumps through new suites, including courtside offerings, and the redone current suite level.
Also featured is a new two-story club, 1968, a name referencing the first year of the basketball franchise.
The arena renovation proposal, a $230 million project in full, is expected to be 60% completed by the beginning of next season and the remainder by the end of it, Suns owner Robert Sarver said in November.
It will update the building that has been the Suns’ home for 27 years. Talking Stick Resort Arena is also home to the Phoenix Mercury, Arizona Rattlers and an average of 135 ticketed events per year.