LA Clippers’ $2B Intuit Dome to be third most expensive US arena ever built

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  • An AECOM Hunt and Turner joint venture broke floor on the $2 billion Intuit Dome — the long term house of the Los Angeles Clippers — in Inglewood, California, Sept. 17. AECOM created the arena, in accordance to a press launch.
  • When the new, 18,000-seat arena opens in 2024, the Clippers will be completed sharing their house courtroom. The NBA franchise will depart the Staples Center — where it shares its house online games with the Los Angeles Lakers — for the Intuit Dome (proven higher than in an official rendering) beginning with the 2024-2025 year, ESPN claimed.
  • The project’s hefty price tag would area it as the country’s 3rd most pricey arena, in accordance to a 2020 position of high-priced sports venues. Intuit would be driving only MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and SoFi Stadium, also in Los Angeles.

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