Sudbury Community Arena
|Sudbury Community Arena|
|Location||240 Elgin Street
|Owner||City of Greater Sudbury|
|Operator||City of Greater Sudbury|
|Construction cost||$700,000 ($6.6 million in 2014 dollars)|
The Sudbury Community Arena is a multi-purpose arena in the downtown core of Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. It was built in 1951, on the site of the former Central Public School, at a cost of $700,000. The approval and construction of the arena was overseen by Sudbury Mayor Bill Beaton.
It has an ice size of 200' x 85', with a capacity of 4,640 seated, 5,100 standing and is wheelchair accessible.
During the summer of 2007, the arena underwent extensive renovations, which added 12 private boxes and a new club seating section, with padded seats and refreshments services along with new washrooms, concession stand and lounge. Seats have been sacrificed to make way for the improvements. Standing room capacity has shrunk from 1,000 to 500, while seating capacity has dropped by 150. The new arena capacity, with standing room patrons, is now 5,100, down from 5,750.
- C.M. Wallace, Ashley Thompson (1993). Sudbury: rail town to regional capital. Dundurn Press. ISBN 1-55002-170-2.
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