The third floor, above the restaurant, holds 396 new outdoor box seats and an interior space with concessions, a bar, gathering areas and restrooms.
The fourth floor includes six all-inclusive suites with 126 total seats and a shared space for food and refreshments.
The fifth floor offers a state-of-the-art broadcast and production center.
“The building is chock-full of amenities. Every square foot was designed with the intention of bringing the things that fans need — restrooms, bars, concessions and air conditioning — to these new areas. We’re especially excited about the climate-controlled box seats, truly an innovation in the sport of professional tennis,” said Greg Jacoby of architecture firm Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf, which designed the building.
Cincinnati-based Schumacher Dugan will manage construction of the project, which will be complete in time for the next year’s event.