The Art of Historic Preservation

Monday, October 12, 2015

Warriors Stadium

The Warriors have formally acquired the 12-acre site of its future sports & entertainment complex in Mission Bay »

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The Golden State Warriors Monday announced their formal acquisition of a 12-acre waterfront site in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood where they plan to build a 18,000-seat arena as well as two office towers.

“The Warriors are making an unprecedented, $1 billion-plus investment in San Francisco. We’re the only sports team in America doing this all with private funds, on private land, with no public subsidy.” – Rick Welts, Warriors President and COO

He said the project will generate $40 million for transit improvements and add millions of dollars to city coffers annually.
In addition to the arena and two office towers on the site, the Warriors anticipate construction of cafes, restaurants, and public plazas.

Artist Rendering of the New Warrior's Stadium at Mission Bay