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Are you a fan of “dynamic fly-through” videos illustrating NBA arena renovations? Then you’re in the right place.

PROJECT 201: PHX REIMAGINED is the transformation of Talking Stick Resort Arena, home of the 2023 NBA Champion Phoenix Suns. Straight from the team:

The Phoenix Suns today revealed dynamic flythrough video renderings of PROJECT 201: PHX REIMAGINED, taking viewers on an interactive journey to highlight a myriad of improvements throughout the reimagined Talking Stick Resort Arena. The flythrough video depicts several updated spaces within the arena, including the redesigned Casino Arizona Pavilion, expanded main concourse and North Lounge along with premium spaces that will feature a new suite-level configuration, Courtside Clubs, three new Floor Suites situated adjacent to the main court and one exclusive, two-story club named 1968 in honor of the year the Suns organization came to life. Fans can visit Suns.com/Project201 to learn more about PROJECT 201: PHX REIMAGINED and secure priority seating for the 2020-21 Suns season.

The PROJECT 201: PHX REIMAGINED flythrough video can be downloaded HERE.

The Talking Stick Resort Arena transformation will bring the 27-year-old facility into the 21st century with infrastructure and technology updates that will elevate every level of the arena and enhance the fan experience for all guests that attend games, concerts and events in the building.

The $230 million project is made possible thanks to the partnership between the Phoenix Suns and the City of Phoenix and is a reinvestment in the urban core to create a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment downtown facility that can be enjoyed by the entire community. Architecture was devised by global design firm HOK, with industry leader Okland Construction undertaking all construction.

More than 40 million guests have visited Talking Stick Resort Arena, which is home to the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury, Arizona Rattlers, and the venue has hosted an average of 135 ticketed events and more than 200 community events annually.

Can’t be bothered to click on the link above? I hear you. Who can find the time. Here you go:

Nice new place to enjoying all the winning. Have fun. Go Suns.