TD Waterhouse Centre Address: 600 West Amelia Street Orlando, FL 32801
TD Waterhouse Centre is Home to the: Orlando Magic
TD Waterhouse Centre Opened: 1989
TD Waterhouse Centre Capacity: 20,000
The TD Waterhouse Centre in Orlando opened on January 29, 1989, and is the home of the Orlando Magic of the NBA. The TD Waterhouse Centre is also the home of the Orlando Miracle of the WNBA, the Orlando Solar Bears of the IHL, and the Orlando Predators of the AFL. The TD Waterhouse Centre cost $98 million to build and is owned by the city of Orlando. The building was completely financed by the public and TD Waterhouse is paying $7.8 million over five years for the naming rights to the building. There is parking on the lot for nearly 4,000 cars and the nearest airport is just over 10 miles away from the TD Waterhouse Centre. The TD Waterhouse Centre features 26 luxury suites that can be purchased game by game or for the entire season. The ticket prices range from $125 for amazing courtside seats to less than $20 for upper level seats. The TD Waterhouse Centre hosts college and professional basketball, hockey, arena football, professional wrestling, the circus, numerous concerts, gymnastics, figure skating, and other local events.
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