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December 9, 2021

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Renderings released of Henderson Event Center, future home of Silver Knights

Henderson Event Center


Henderson Event Center rendering (Courtesy Image)

Henderson Event Center

Henderson Event Center rendering (Courtesy Image) Launch slideshow »

The city of Henderson and the Vegas Golden Knights released renderings today of the Henderson Event Center, which will house the team’s minor league affiliate and host other community events.

The center, which will be home to the Henderson Silver Knights of the American Hockey League, will seat 6,109 people. It will be built at the site of the Henderson Pavilion at Green Valley and Paseo Verde parkways.

Contracts for builders and architects will be voted on atTuesday’s City Council meeting.

The city approved the project last month, with the $84 million cost split evenly between the city and the Golden Knights.

Besides hockey, the center will also host the Henderson Symphony Orchestra, high school and college graduations and other community events.

The city will retain ownership of the facility, while the Golden Knights will have a 20-year lease for the Silver Knights to play their home games.

The city and the Golden Knights have recommended Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. as the lead designer and builder. The recommended lead architect is Klai Juba Wald Architecture and Interiors

Perkins and Will has been selected to support the project as a specialty architect.