Bradley Center Address: 1001 North Fourth Street Milwaukee, WI 53203
Bradley Center is Home to the: Milwaukee Bucks
Bradley Center Opened: 1988
Bradley Center Capacity: 18,000
The Bradley Center is located at 1001 North Fourth Street, Milwaukee, WI 53203, and was completed in 1988. It’s the home of the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA and the University of Marquette Golden Eagles as well as the Milwaukee Admirals of the IHL and the Milwaukee Mustangs of the AFL. The Bradley Center is one of the longest standing buildings in the NBA but is still capable of holding a capacity crowd for hockey, basketball, or arena football. There is parking for nearly 1,000 cars on the site as well as much more parking just off the lot of the Bradley Center and the nearest airport is only 25 miles down the road. The Bradley Center cost $90 million to build and most of the financing was done through city revenue bonds and equity from the Pettit family, the owners of the Bucks. The Bucks have retired seven jerseys into their rafters over the years with the most notable players being Oscar Robertson (#1), Sidney Moncrief (#4), Bob Lanier (#16), and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (#33). The tickets for Milwaukee Bucks games at the Bradley Center are among the cheapest in the league with the average ticket price coming in at under $30. The Bradley Center also has 68 luxury suites/sky boxes for the fans. The Bradley Center stands nearly 150 feet high and rises to 13 stories at its highest point. On a given year, the Bradley Center will host somewhere around 200 events and will have anywhere in the vicinity of two million guests per year.
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