Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs says the arena is expected to be ready for occupancy around August 1st. The arena will be the new home of the Auburn men's and women's basketball teams.
The arena will also be used for gymnastics meets, concerts, graduations and special events.
A view of the east side seats is shown from the basketball court. The seats with an X on have been reserved by donors for basketball season tickets.
Fans have been reserving the upper level bar seats for their season ticket spots.
In the south side seats the school logo is designed into the seating.
The interior of the loading dock of the arena is shown.
A large kitchen arena on the ground level of the arena will allow a variety of different foods to be cooked at the facility.
A view of the interior of the front entrance of the Auburn Arena is shown.
A view of the Aubie Chow area is show. It will feature a lobby and concessions for Auburn students.
The Auburn Creed will be displayed in the Lovelace Museum area of the arena adjacent to the front lobby.
A view of the front entrance of the Auburn Arena is shown.
A view of the arena floor and surround seats is shown from the northside concourse.
A view of the still under construction Lovelace Museum area inside the arena is shown.
One of the main concourse level concession stands is shown.
The upper level lobby of the arena offers a view of the west side of Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Throughout the arena there is artwork that features the previous homes for Auburn basketball.
The practice courts at the arena complex are finished and are being used for summer basketball camps.
The women's locker room, which was designed by the players, is laid out in a circle format.