Arena to Undergo Upgrades, Renovations Arena Renovations Arena – the home of the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers (until 2024) – is set to undergo upgrades and renovations over the next two years.

“For the past two decades, the Lakers and AEG have shared a vision of providing a premier experience to every guest who enters Arena and L.A. LIVE’s Xbox Plaza,” Los Angeles Lakers’ President of Business Operations Tim Harris said in a press release.

“Competing nightly in front of the most passionate fans in the NBA inside one of the most iconic venues in the world is something our organization is incredibly proud of. This investment into expansive improvements and upgrades cements Los Angeles’ downtown arena as the pinnacle of entertainment for decades to come.”

The renovations will include redesigns to the main concourse and dining areas, as well as two new LED screens visible to the upper and lower bowls. Arena will remain open during renovations.

The Clippers’ $1.8 billion, privately funded arena, The Intuit Dome, is scheduled to finish construction in 2024; which will coincide with the end of Arena’s renovations.

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