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Site Facts

Tennis Club:

  • 29 Concrete Courts with PlexiPave surface
  • 23 Lighted Courts
  • Locker Rooms
  • Fitness Area
  • Pro Shop
  • Members Lounge

Stadium 1:

  • 16,100 Seating Capacity
  • 6,082 Lower Bowl Box Seats
  • 7,350 Upper Bowl Loge & Grandstand Seats
  • 14 Deluxe Concourse Suites
  • 30 Second Level Suites
  • 12 Broadcast Booths
  • 108 Seat Press Room
  • Interview Room
  • Box Office
  • Player & Champion Locker Rooms
  • 8,000 square foot Commissary
  • Player & Media Dining Room
  • 2,500 square foot lounge

Stadium 2:

  • 8,000 Seating Capacity
  • 5,000 Lower Bowl Seats
  • 3,000 Upper Bowl Seats
  • 6 Broadcast Booths
  • 3 Fine Dining Restaurants - Nobu, Chop House and Piero's PizzaVino
  • Box Office

Site:

  • (2) 19,000 square foot Shade Structures
  • 4 Acres of Exposition Space
  • 10,945 Parking Spaces

Originally Built:

March, 2000

Original Designer:

Rossetti Associates Architects. Their portfolio includes the award-winning Palace of Auburn Hills, home of the NBA Detroit Pistons; the new 65,000 seat NFL Detroit Stadium, home of the Detroit Lions; the International Tennis Center in Key Biscayne for the annual Nasdaq-100 Open; and the highly acclaimed Arthur Ashe Stadium at the US Open.

Original Contractor:

Clark Construction

Stadium 2 and Site Expansion Built:

March, 2014

Stadium 2 Designer:

Keisker and Wiggle Architects

Stadium 2 Contractor:

Watkins Landmark Construction