Chase Center graced the cover of the rebranded VenuesNow in February 2018, but the arena was just a model then, watched over by Golden State Warriors execs Joe Lacob, Peter Guber and Rick Welts. Since then, the Warriors have won one NBA championship and made another NBA Finals as their new home, designed by Manica Architecture with interiors by Gensler, rose in the Mission Bay neighborhood of San Francisco. Now up and running, the top-shelf arena with a view of the bay will welcome the Warriors home for their first preseason game there Oct. 5.

 

11
Acres that make up Chase Center and Thrive City.

3.2
Acres of publicly accessible plazas and open space.

9,699
Square feet of displays (most in the NBA) 

300
Permanent bike valet parking spaces.

950
Underground parking spaces.

8
Full kitchens 

23
Bars 

552
Taps 

36
Eateries 

136
Premium spaces (traditional suites, courtside lounges and theater boxes) 

17,000
Tons of structural steel.

1,382
Architectural drawings (architecture only)