Show Us Your Arena

The building of a new Sacramento

Back Web Only Aug 1, 2014 By Mia Lopez

Friday morning at 6 a.m. on Aug. 1, Mayor Kevin Johnson and Kings President and COO Chris Granger kicked off the much-anticipated construction of a new entertainment sports conference by welcoming demolition workers to the site at the Downtown Plaza with breakfast. An official groundbreaking, to be held at a later date, will be open to the public. 

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