Syracuse University Buildings:

Carmelo K. Anthony Basketball Center

Carmelo Anthony Basketball Center
Carmelo Anthony Basketball Center, SU Photo & Imaging RS 11783

Ground Broken: September 26, 2007
Construction Began: May 19, 2008
Dedicated: October 3, 2009
Dedication Speaker: Carmelo K. Anthony
Building Occupied: September 24, 2009
Named for: Carmelo K. Anthony, member of SU's 2003 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship team
Cost: $19 million
Funding: $3 million gift from Carmelo K. Anthony
Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, King & King Architects
Contractors: Haynor Hoyt Corporation
Materials: Reinforced concrete with brick facing and limestone trim
Location: Comstock Avenue; part of Lampe Athletics Complex
Space: 54,000 square feet


When completed the basketball court area contained 2 NCAA regulation-size courts made of first-grade maple and covered 13,750 square feet. Included were weight, training and hydrotherapy rooms; men and women's locker rooms; coach's suites; a study room and Hall of Fame. Sustainability measures were designed into the building to allow for a LEED certified status.

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