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Quicken Loans Arena
The Q Qhicken Loans Arena
Quicken Loans Arena
Former names Gund Arena (1994–2005)
Location 1 Center Court
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Owner Gateway Economic Development
Corp.
Operator Cleveland Cavaliers
Quicken Loans Arena Co.
Capacity 20,562
Construction information
Broke ground April 27, 1991
Opened October 17, 1994
Cost $100 million
Tenants
Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) (1994-present)
Cleveland State (NCAA) (secondary, 2015-present)
Former
Cleveland Rockers (WNBA) (1997-2003)
Court floor design
Cleveland Cavaliers Stadium Logo

Quicken Loans Arena (also referred to as "The Q") is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The arena is currently used by the Cleveland Cavaliers of the NBA and on some occasions Cleveland State University. Quicken_Loans Quicken Loans, a retail mortgage lender, purchased naming rights in 2005 changing the name formerly known as Gund Arena named after then Cavs owner Gordon Gund when built in 1994.

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