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The NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers have signed SeatGeek as their primary ticketing provider at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, the firm’s first arena deal.
The exterior of Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse was built with 1,750 pieces of glass, each weighing 990 pounds. (Courtesy Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse) Remaking Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in the image of the city Technology and architecture. Concessions and premium seating. Lighting, wayfinding, public spaces. The list of changes at Cleveland’s Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse goes on and on, but one mission drove every aspect of the transformation of the 25-year-old building: making all things ooze Cleveland. “The No. 1 goal is we are Cleveland,” said Tracey Marek, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers. “The vibe here in Cleveland is enormous pride and Cleveland becomes the priority. Our city is about so many things, and we like to think sports play an important role but don’t play the only role. We want to make sure the vibe of our city is alive and well.” The building, home to the… Continue Reading ‘We Are Cleveland’
A rendering of the renovated Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, courtesy of the arena. Cleveland’s Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse will give fans plenty more than just a new name for the 26th year of the building. After a few months of a complete shutdown, the final phase of the $185 million renovation to the city’s largest arena has its grand opening slated for Sept. 28 with a completely reimagined exterior and space aplenty in the remade concourses. Home of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers, AHL’s Cleveland Monsters and over 200 ticketed events annually, the publicly owned building operated by the Cavs underwent a phase one enhancement a year ago, mainly remaking and enhancing the premium spaces within the building. This year, though, came the heavy lifting required to complete phase two, focused on the main public areas. The Cavs added 55,000 square feet to the building, now a total of 153,000 square feet; created… Continue Reading Cleveland’s ‘Postcard Building’ Transforms City