Remaking the “Q” 12/13/16

Remaking the Q

Q transformationHere is what Quicken Loans Arena could look like, from Huron Road, after a $140 million renovation paid for by taxpayers and the Cavs.

Quicken Loans Arena, home of LeBron and the Cavs, to get $140 million makeover

Karen Farkas,

The Cavs will split the cost with Cuyahoga County, the city of Cleveland and Destination Cleveland. Continue reading.

NBA All-Star game coming to Cleveland, perhaps by 2020, Cavaliers say

Karen Farkas,

The Cavs have been promised the big event — which draws celebrities and millions of dollars in tourist spending — once the arena is renovated Continue reading.


See plans for the Q transformation

Karen Farkas,

The Q will undergo a $140 million renovation that is expected to extend the life of the 22-year-old arena for another 18 years. Read more





Is Quicken Loans Arena overhaul worth your tax dollars? Consider these points as you decide (ANALYSIS)


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