Tonight’s game will mark the first time the Warriors have opened a season on the road in exactly 11 years (10/31/01 at Portland).
Tip-off at 7pm.
Earlier this week, the Golden State Warriors, Snøhetta and AECOM released the initial preliminary renderings of the new San Francisco sports and cultural venue that’s scheduled to open for the 2017-18 season at Piers 30-32. This area is in close proximity to BART, Caltrain and Muni stops, ferry terminals and the Bay Bridge, while also being located within easy walking distance of the Financial District in Downtown San Francisco.
Venue Footprint: 170,000 square feet
Venue Height: 135 feet. For reference, AT&T Park is 183 feet to the light standard, 132 feet to the top of the seating bowl
Venue Seating Capacity: 17,500. For reference, the capacity of Oracle Arena is 19,596
Venue Total Square Footage: (excluding practice facilities and meeting rooms): 740,000 square feet
Practice Courts: 21,000 square feet
Community Event Room: 10,000 square feet
Parking Spaces: approximately 630. Piers 30-32 currently parks 1,500 cars
Retail: 105,000 square feet
Open Space: 333,000 square feet
Open Space as Portion of Total Site Area: 333,000 square feet out of 548,500 square feet. The Warriors are committed to no less than 50 percent of the site being dedicated to open space
Maritime Uses: Ferry landing, fire boat/fire station facility (accommodating three fire boats), water taxi landing, kayak docking
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