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Pittsburgh Approves New Arena Design

From the Triangle Business Journal,

A $290 million arena that will serve as the new home to the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins got the go-ahead Tuesday from Pittsburgh’s Planning Commission. The 6-0 vote came about a month after the panel rejected a design by HOK Sport of Kansas City as being too “generic.”

HOK Sport unveiled updated designs at the meeting, including night-time renderings that show light the 18,500 seat-venue shining light from nearly every angle.

Plus more from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (hat-tip to Empty Netters) who also have a photo of the design.

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  Tags: arenas

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