The incredibly rapid process of Henderson’s newest gem continues next week with the City Council set to approve the design of the $80 million arena coming to the Henderson Pavilion site.
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company won the bid to design the arena and a 22 slide presentation will be presented to the City Council for approval on Tuesday.
Here are the renderings.
The building is similar in size to the Henderson Pavilion.
The entry to the arena will include room for an outdoor stage, a lawn, and a large plaza with a “photo feature” currently designed as a knight statue. Plus, there’s a sizable terrace with outdoor seating.
Like T-Mobile Arena, the design includes triangle sky decks overlooking the playing surface.
There will also be a restaurant, shown as MacKenzie River Pizza in the renderings, which has indoor and outdoor seating. The outdoor patio includes room for eight picnic tables and multiple cornhole courts. The restaurant is designed for about 250 people including a massive 40 seat bar.
The project is expected to break ground in August of this year and is scheduled to be completed in time for the 2022-23 AHL season.