Remaining Amway Arena Infrastructure to be Auctioned
The Amway Arena in Orlando will literally be sold, piece by piece, next month to the highest bidder. The Heritage Global auction will be held on June 8th on behalf of the city of Orlando and the Orlando Magic and will include much of the arena's infrastructure. The auction will be held at the arena and more information can be found at the website of Heritage Global Partners.
The main items include air compressors, generators, concert lighting equipment, security cameras, and phone systems. Also, an ice rink, hockey rink equipment, a boxing ring, audio mixer boards as well as contents of luxury suites and performer dressing rooms are among the assets to be auctioned. The majority of the memorabilia was auctioned previously in February but sports collectors can also get in on the action by purchasing actual seats from the arena in addition to fully-grown palm trees that surround the arena, which would make a unique conversation-starter when added to a front or backyard.
The arena was in use from 1989-2006 and played home to the Orlando Magic (NBA), Titans (NLL), Predators (AHL), Sharks (MISL), Miracle (WNBA), Solar Bears (IHL) and Seals (ACHL/WHA2). The Amway Arena was previously known as the Orlando Arena, TD Waterhouse Centre and the arena in Orlando.