- 1 When did they tear down the Richfield Coliseum?
- 2 What year was the Richfield Coliseum built?
- 3 When did the Gund Arena open?
- 4 What is in Richfield Ohio?
- 5 Where did the Cleveland Barons play?
- 6 Who is the parent company of Quicken Loans?
- 7 Why did Quicken Loans Arena change its name?
- 8 How old is Quicken Loans Arena?
When did they tear down the Richfield Coliseum?
|Opened||October 26, 1974|
|Closed||September 24, 1994|
|Demolished||March– May 1999|
|Construction cost||US$36 million ($187 million in 2019 dollars)|
What year was the Richfield Coliseum built?
The Coliseum is Built From 1974 to 1994, the Richfield Coliseum served as the leading entertainment center for residents of the Cleveland-Akron area. Built for the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball team, the Coliseum also hosted concerts and other memorable events.
When did the Gund Arena open?
What is in Richfield Ohio?
The top attractions to visit in Richfield are: Richfield Heritage Park. Furnace Run Metro Park. Farnam Manor. Museum of Western Reserve Farms & Equipment. Stone Garden Farm.
Where did the Cleveland Barons play?
The Cleveland Barons were a minor league professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. They played in Cleveland, Ohio, United States, at the Cleveland Arena. The most successful team in AHL history, the original incarnation of the Barons played in the AHL from 1937 to 1973.
Who is the parent company of Quicken Loans?
Why did Quicken Loans Arena change its name?
After purchasing a majority of the Cavaliers in March 2005, Dan Gilbert bought the naming rights in August 2005 and renamed the building Quicken Loans Arena after his mortgage lending company Quicken Loans.