Wells Fargo Center resumes $300 million renovation
After being paused due to COVID-19, the Wells Fargo Center will resume its $300 million renovation project. The next step is to upgrade the club level, the exterior of the building, and several other items. Comcast stated that $100 million worth of upgrades is yet to be completed.
“The Wells Fargo Center is a pillar of our city, both culturally and economically, and this Transformation project will ensure that it remains Philadelphia’s home for hockey, basketball, lacrosse, concerts, and events for decades to come.”
Wells Fargo needed some upgrades, but the arena was not heavily outdated. The entire renovation has included the brand new scoreboard alongside new seating, concourse, and concessions. Since 1996, the Wells Fargo Center has been the home for several Philly teams, and with these upgrades, it looks like the Flyers and 76ers won’t be going anywhere else in the city for a while.
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