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Univ. Of Cincinnati's $87M Renovation Of Fifth Third Arena On Budget, Schedule

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 15 / 17

Univ. of Cincinnati AD Mike Bohn said that the $87M renovation of Fifth Third Arena "continues on time and on budget," according to Tom Groeschen of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. Bohn said that the arena capacity will "change from its former 13,176 to 12,012 for its reopening next season."...

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