Is the Palace in Auburn Hills closing?

Is the Palace in Auburn Hills closing?

The Palace of Auburn Hills has been closed since 2017 and demolition began in December of last year. Much of the arena has already been gutted — only a roof and supportive structure still remain.

Why was the Palace of Auburn Hills torn down?

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. The shell and roof of the Palace of Auburn Hills, which was home to three championship Detroit Pistons teams and three Detroit Shock teams and played host to some of the world’s biggest musical acts during its nearly 30-year run, crumbled to the ground following a series explosive pops.

What was wrong with the Palace of Auburn Hills?

(CNN) The Palace of Auburn Hills, site of some of the Detroit Pistons’ greatest moments, was demolished on Saturday to make way for a new development. The arena, which once held up to 23,000 people, had been gutted in preparation for the implosion.

What is the capacity of Little Caesars Arena?


Do the Red Wings allow fans?

That is the maximum allowable in this initial reopening phase for arenas with a capacity of 10,000 or more. Until now, the team has been allowed to host only a couple hundred family members/friends of players.

Can Detroit Red Wings have fans?

DETROIT – If you watched the Red Wings game Tuesday, you may have noticed more crowd noise. Capacity was recently increased to 750 fans, and with added safety protocols in place, people filed in. Fans were fired up to be back at the Little Caesars Arena.

How many people does the Joe Louis Arena seat?


How much did the Palace of Auburn Hills sell for?

A joint venture paid $22 million for the Palace of Auburn Hills property earlier this month, according to newly released public records. The purchase price for PAH Real Estate LLC, a partnership between Livonia-based Schostak Bros.

Why did the Pistons move to Little Caesars Arena?

The main reason for their move was to increase attendance. And even that hasn’t happened much anyway. This past season the Pistons ranked dead last for the percentage of seats sold out of all 30 NBA teams, selling only 76 percent of seats at Little Caesars Arena, per Detroit Metro News.

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