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Moda Center at the Rose Quarter
The Rose Garden


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  • Over 650 televisions are used within the Rose Garden's concourses, restaurants, clubs, suites, and network of back-of-house areas.
  • During basketball games, the Rose Garden can seat over 21,000 people and 19,000 for hockey.
  • The Garden's non-structural exterior finishes are as follows: 29,088 square feet of exterior glass, 17,500 square feet of plaster soffit, 52,142 square feet of architectural precast (concrete aggregate), 39,000 square feet of EIFS (External Finish Insulation System) and 13,645 square feet of steel louvers.
  • The multi-faceted development for the NBA Portland Trail Blazers strengthens connections to neighborhoods, the downtown commercial district and the Willamette River.
  • There are about 320 events in a typical year.
  • On August 13, 2013, the Portland Trail Blazers officially announced the renaming of the Rose Garden to the "Moda Center at the Rose Quarter" in a 10-year agreement with Moda Health.
  • This extensive civic campus links together the Memorial Coliseum, arena, commercial and entertainment development, and the Oregon Convention Center.
  • The Rose Garden can handle a number of events including; NBA, NHL, concerts, rodeos, ice skating, and track and field competitions.
  • The arena opened to the public on October 12, 1995.
  • The facility includes 3 bars, 2 cafes, 19 concessions, a television studio, and a full-service restaurant.
  • The Rose Garden arena is home to the Portland Trail Blazers and the Portland Winter Hawks.
  • The Rose Garden is primarily a concrete-framed structure with a skeletal-steel roof. The material composition of the building is as follows: 44,928 cubic yards of cast-in-place concrete, 3,480 cubic yards of structural precast concrete, 5,518 tons of reinforcing steel, 79,000 pounds of post-tensioning cable, 4,200 tons of structural steel (moment frame and roof structure) and 63,000 connection bolts at the structural steel.

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