|Location||1000 Chopper Circle, Denver, Colorado 80204|
|Broke ground||November 20, 1997|
|Opened||October 1, 1999|
|Owner||Kroenke Sports Enterprises|
|Operator||Kroenke Sports Enterprises|
|Construction cost||C$187 million|
|Project Manager||ICON Venue Group|
|Structural engineer||Thornton Tomasetti|
|Services engineer||M-E Engineers, Inc.|
|General Contractor||M.A. Mortenson Company|
18,007 (Hockey / Lacrosse)
17,417 (Arena Football)
21,000 (Special events)
|Field dimensions||675,000 square feet (62,700 m2)|
|Denver Nuggets (NBA) (1999–present)
Colorado Avalanche (NHL) (1999–present)
Colorado Mammoth (NLL) (2003–present)
Colorado Crush (AFL) (2003–2008)
The Pepsi Center is a sports arena in Denver, Colorado. The arena opened on October 1, 1999, and is the current home to the Colorado Avalanche of the National Hockey League (NHL), the Denver Nuggets of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League (NLL). PepsiCo currently has naming rights for the arena. The arena currently seats 19,155 for basketball and 18,007 for hockey and lacrosse.
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- "Parking & Directions". Pepsi Center. http://www.pepsicenter.com/fan-guide/parkingdirections/parking-directions/. Retrieved 2015-4-6.
- "About Pepsi Center". Pepsi Center. http://www.pepsicenter.com/kse/company/about-pepsi-center/. Retrieved 2015-4-6.
- "The 15 Most Expensive Arenas In The NBA". Business Insider. http://www.businessinsider.com/the-15-most-expensive-arenas-in-the-nba-2012-9?op=1. Retrieved 2015-4-6.
- "Arenas: Pepsi Center". Populous. http://populous.com/projects/type/arenas/. Retrieved 2015-4-6.
- "Pepsi Center". ICON Venue Group. http://iconvenue.com/portfolio/pepsi-center. Retrieved 2015-4-6.
- "Arena Facts". Pepsi Center. http://www.pepsicenter.com/arena-info/pepsi-center/arena-facts/. Retrieved 2015-4-6.
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