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New luxury suites revealed at Arena

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The second phase of a three-year renovation project at Arena has been completed, with the Los Angeles venue unveiling a new premium Tunnel and Terrace Suites.

The luxury suites will situate fans lower and closer to the action than any of the AEG-operated arena’s existing 160 premium suites and will provide new and exclusive access to one of the world’s most iconic arenas.

Each with a capacity of 12 occupants, the four new Tunnel Suites offer a private, luxury experience, whereas the Terrace Suites are easily visible to the bowl and offer 14 guests an elevated all-access experience just off the main concourse.

Both the Tunnel and Terrace Suites come with tickets to all sporting events, with Tunnel Suite owners also receiving exclusive parking under the arena.

Phase two of the renovations also features a new look for the upper concourse level and concession stands, as well as a JBL Professional sound system.

Additional upgrades to Arena include new food and beverage offerings that incorporate grab-and-go locations, dedicated spaces to accommodate guests’ special needs including Mamava Lactation Pods and KultureCity Sensory Pods, and 48 new electric vehicle charging ports.

“The completion of phase two of our three-year renovation plan is the most significant change that we have made to the arena bowl and our premium offerings since we opened our doors in October 1999,” said Lee Zeidman, president, Arena, Peacock Theater and L.A. Live.

“Our team worked incredibly hard all summer along with our contractors to get this phase done in time for the highly anticipated NBA and NHL seasons. I want to thank everyone associated with the project who worked diligently through a packed summer schedule of events.”

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