With a climactic City Council vote just weeks away, Sacramento officials plan to release an update Monday on the city’s negotiations with the Kings over the planned $448 million arena at Downtown Plaza.
By Dale Kasler -
Updated: Thursday, April 17 2014 - 2:41 pm
Sacramentans crammed into Sleep Train Arena on Wednesday night to watch the Kings wrap up their eighth consecutive losing season. Unlike last year’s finale, when a possible move to Seattle was under discussion, the mood was almost purely celebratory.
By Tony Bizjak and Ryan Lillis -
Updated: Tuesday, April 15 2014 - 10:26 am
The number of flashing digital billboards along Sacramento freeways could double as the result of a deal nearing completion between the city and the Sacramento Kings. The plan will allow the Kings to erect six changeable-display signs over the next few years. Its part of a larger agreement being negotiated between the city and the teams owners to build a $448 million arena in Downtown Plaza.
By Tony Bizjak -
Updated: Wednesday, April 16 2014 - 7:10 pm
The Sacramento Kings downtown $448 million arena dream took a step toward reality Thursday with initial City Hall approval of the building design and hundreds of pages of planning and environmental documents, zoning changes and variances.
Take an interactive look at the long history of arena proposals in Sacramento, starting with the effort to get the current building constructed in the 1980s.
GALLERY: NEW KINGS ARENA DRAWINGS
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