Heritage Bank Center

Multipurpose indoor arena in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

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Heritage Bank Center is located in Ohio
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Former namesRiverfront Coliseum (1975–1997)
The Crown (1997–1999)
Firstar Center (1999–2002)
U.S. Bank Arena (2002–2019)
Address100 Broadway Street
LocationCincinnati, Ohio
Coordinates39°5′52″N 84°30′16″W / 39.09778°N 84.50444°W / 39.09778; -84.50444Coordinates: 39°5′52″N 84°30′16″W / 39.09778°N 84.50444°W / 39.09778; -84.50444
OwnerNederlander Entertainment and Anschutz Entertainment Group
OperatorNederlander Entertainment
CapacityConcert: 17,556
Basketball: 17,000
Ice hockey: 14,453
Construction
Broke groundNovember 12, 1973[1]
OpenedSeptember 9, 1975
Construction cost$20 million[2]
($95 million in 2019 dollars[3])
ArchitectPattee Architects, Inc.[4]
Structural engineerClark Engineering Corporation[4]
General contractorUniversal Contracting Corp.[4]
Tenants
Cincinnati Stingers (WHA) (1975–1979)
Cincinnati Bearcats (NCAA) (1976–1987)
Cincinnati Kids (MISL) (1978–1979)
Cincinnati Tigers (CHL) (1981–1982)
Cincinnati Rockers (AFL) (1992–1993)
Cincinnati Silverbacks (NPSL) (1997–1998)
Cincinnati Cyclones (ECHL) (1997–2004, 2006–present)
Cincinnati Stuff (IBL) (1999–2001)
Cincinnati Swarm (AF2) (2003)
Cincinnati Marshals (NIFL) (2005–2006)
Cincinnati Jungle Kats (AF2) (2007)

Heritage Bank Center is an indoor arena located in downtown Cincinnati, along the banks of the Ohio River, next to the Great American Ball Park. It was completed in September 1975 and named Riverfront Coliseum because of its placement next to Riverfront Stadium. In 1997, the facility became known as The Crown, and in 1999 it changed its name again to Firstar Center after Firstar Bank assumed naming rights. In 2002, following Firstar's merger with U.S. Bank, the arena took on the name U.S. Bank Arena and kept that name until 2019.

The arena seats 17,556 people and is the largest indoor arena in the Greater Cincinnati region with 346,100 square feet (32,150 m2) of space. The arena underwent a $14 million renovation project in 1997. The current main tenant is the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL.

  1. ^ "Cincinnati Begins Huge Sports Coliseum". Middlesboro Daily News. November 13, 1973.
  2. ^ Frutig, Judith (August 10, 1975). "Cincinnati: One of America's 'Best-Kept Secrets'". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved October 22, 2011.
  3. ^ Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. "Consumer Price Index (estimate) 1800–". Retrieved January 1, 2020.
  4. ^ a b c "U.S. Bank Arena". Emporis.com. Retrieved October 22, 2011.

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