The NHL’s first new arena is slated to open in 2018.
And it will be bigger than anything ever built in Las Vegas.
The $1.4 billion project in San Diego will be larger than the original Las Vegas arena, which was built as a temporary home for the Coyotes and the team’s owners.
It will include three restaurants, a hotel and retail space.
It’s not clear how much the project will cost, but the NHL has promised that the arena will be one of the league’s best.
“This is not a new stadium.
This is a completely new facility,” NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly said.
So I think that’s all the things that we have in mind.””
And the addition of the hotel, it’s a great addition to the community.
So I think that’s all the things that we have in mind.”
The new arena will have seating for 15,000 and seats for about 2,500.
It’s expected to have the capacity of the Coliseum, a seating capacity of about 6,500, with about 3,500 capacity for private events.
The NHL estimates that it will take up to 25,000 games a season.
The project will be built by San Diego-based Pacific Rim Development Partners, which has an arena contract with the NHL.
The Coyotes, who are currently owned by the Las Vegas Sands Corporation, have not committed to buying into the arena.