AUBURN HILLS, MI
ENTERTAINMENT . LAVISH . UPSCALE .
NORTH ENTRY ADDITION
Continuing its legacy as America’s most innova-
tive arena, the Palace of Auburn Hills undertook
one of its largest renovation project to date. The
YEAR BUILT $20 million project will create a new grand en-
2006 trance which will provide guests with additional
concourse space, increased dining options and
60,000 SF amenities, additional box office windows, a new
3 Levels retail area, a dramatic restaurant/club and
COST ground-breaking lounge/club areas.
Rossetti, having served as the Palace’s original
Master Planning / Programming / Architecture / architect, was selected to design the new North
Interior Design / Construction Administration Entry expansion will sport a diamond patterned
glass exterior to complement the building’s dis-
Most Innovative Curtain Wall System – tinctive architectural design. The 60,000 square
Glass Magazine Crystal Achievement Awards foot addition contains a spacious lobby with a
AIA Michigan Honor Award
contemporary food court featuring a variety of
PROGRAM food and drink choices from upscale restaurants
Platinum Club and Luxury Suites
not seen elsewhere in the Palace.
Courtside Lounge and Club
VIP Dining Area
Additional Box Office
AUBURN HILLS, MI
NORTH ENTRY ADDITION cont.
Below the entry level will be the exclusive Club
53, which features eight private suites, for the
ultimate in deluxe corporate entertaining. In ad-
dition, an area behind and beneath the arena’s
east seating sections will be transformed into
the dazzling Courtside Lounge and Club, which
boasts five private luxurious rooms. Each 450
square foot lounge can entertain up to 22 people
in comfort and style with plasma televisions and
high-end décor the likes never before seen in
conventional arena suites.