It took two years, a lawsuit, and a couple of people losing their jobs, but the renovation of KeyArenas arena and the renovations of the Seattle Seahawks’ stadium will finally be complete this season.
The construction and operation of the $2.9 billion renovation began in the fall of 2018.
The renovations, which have already been announced for Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Las Vegas, will also include new restrooms, a new locker room, a video board, and new seats, among other things.
The Seattle Times reported that the project will take about three months to complete.
The first stage of the renovation began with the construction of the new stadium and locker rooms in August 2018.
It also took a couple more months for the construction to be approved by the city and for the first stage to begin.
In August, the City of Seattle and the University of Washington announced a $1.9 million grant for the project.
The city then awarded a $3 million grant to the University to design, build, and operate the stadium, and the remaining $2 million was to be used to pay for other work.
The $2 billion project, however, took about six months to finish.
In September, the Seattle City Council approved the project as part of the City’s 2017 $1 billion bond proposal.
The Seahawks and the city agreed to pay the remaining costs through the end of 2020.
The stadium renovation is expected to be completed in 2020.
In June 2018, the Seahawks announced that they were in the final stages of negotiating with the city to relocate the team to Seattle.
The team’s current home is in Los Angeles.
The renovation is the first major construction project in Seattle in decades.
The new arena will seat 2,500 fans, and will have a capacity of 1,000.
The building will be complete in 2021, with the stadium opened in 2022.