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Golden 1 Center
"GC1"
Golden 1 Center logo
Location 547 L Street
Sacramento, California
U.S. Flag United States [1]
Owner City of Sacramento
Operator Sacramento Kings LP LLC.
Capacity basketball: 17,500
Concert: 19,000
Construction information
Broke ground October 29, 2014
Opened October 2016
Construction
cost
$507 million
Tenants
Sacramento Kings (NBA) (2016-present)

The Golden 1 Center (aka the G1C) is an indoor entertainment and sports complex (arena) currently under construction in downtown Sacramento, California. The NBA's Sacramento Kings are the primary tenant. The 779,200 square feet G1C replaced the Sleep Train Arena and adjacent team practice facility.

Live HD Video Stream of Demolition/Construction

Sacramento Kings arenas
Edgerton Park Arena (1949-1954)     •     Rochester War Memorial (1955-1957)     •     Cincinnati Gardens (1957-1972)     •     Kansas City Municipal Auditorium (1972-1974)     •    
Omaha Civic Auditorium (1972-1978)     •     Kemper Arena (1974-1985)     •     ARCO Arena (1985-1988)     •    Sleep Train Arena (formerly ARCO Arena II/Power Pavilion) (1988-2016)     •    
Golden 1 Center (2016-present)

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