Climate Pledge Arena

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Climate Pledge Arena
Location Seattle, Washington
Opened April 21, 1962
Other Names KeyArena at Seattle Center (1995-2018)
Seattle Center Coliseum (1964-94)
Washington State Coliseum (1962-64)
Washington State Pavilion (1962)
Tenants Seattle Storm (2000-18, 2022-present)
Seattle Kraken (2021-present)
Seattle SuperSonics (1967-78, 1985-2008)
Seattle Totems (1964-75)

Climate Pledge Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Seattle, Washington, United States. It is located north of Downtown Seattle in the 74-acre (30 ha) entertainment complex known as Seattle Center, the site of the 1962 World's Fair, for which it was originally developed. After opening in 1962, it was subsequently bought and converted by the city of Seattle for entertainment purposes.

From 2018 to 2021, the arena underwent a $1.15 billion redevelopment; the renovation preserved the original exterior and roof, which was declared a Seattle Landmark in 2017 and was listed on the Washington Heritage Register as well as the National Register of Historic Places in 2018. The renovated venue has a capacity of 17,151 for ice hockey and 18,300 for basketball.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Basketball Association 1969-70 Seattle SuperSonics Program
1970-71 Seattle SuperSonics Program
Women's National Basketball Association May 17, 2008 Seattle Storm vs. Chicago Sky Program

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