Golden State Warriors Put Plans for New San Francisco Waterfront Arena on Hold: Report
Design 3.0 of the Warriors' proposed new home at Piers 30/32 along The Embarcadero waterfront is now 125 feet high in the center and 110 feet along the perimeter, with more public space.
Sunday, Feb 2, 2014 Updated at 6:00 PM PDT
There may be another speed bump in the plan to build the Golden State Warriors an arena along San Francisco’s waterfront.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the team is putting the goal of opening its proposed arena by 2017 on hold for a year or longer.
This latest hitch comes just a day before opponents of the stadium are expected to turn in over 15,000 signatures requiring developers to win voter approval before building anything that exceeds current height limits on the waterfront.
The Warrior’s lease at Oracle Arena expires at the end of the 2016 season.