Peter Stott Center
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The building's front exterior
|Location||930 SW Hall
Portland, Oregon 97201
|Owner||Portland State University|
|Operator||Portland State University|
|Capacity||2,000 seats (basketball, volleyball)|
The Peter W. Stott Center is a 1,500-seat multi-purpose arena located on the Portland State University campus in Portland, Oregon, in the United States. The facility houses the Portland State Vikings Athletics Department as well as physical education classes. It features locker rooms, racquet courts (tennis, squash and racquetball), eighth-mile track, weight training, wrestling room, small gym, pool and arena. It opened in 1966. It is home to the Portland State Vikings basketball and volleyball teams.
The facility is named after alumnus and booster Peter Stott, whose $1 million challenge grant enabled a renovation of the basketball court.
The building began renovations on April 23, 2016, which will feature a 3,000 seat basketball arena and expanded academic space. The renovated building is set to open in March 2018.
- "Peter W. Stott Athletic Center". Retrieved 17 July 2015.
- Sepich, Scott (April 23, 2016). "Portland State breaks ground on new $50 million arena and academic facility". The Oregonian (Oregonlive.com). Retrieved July 27, 2016.
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