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American Airlines Center

American Airlines Center 

American Airlines Center is one of the nation's greatest arenas and the home of Dallas Mavericks of the National Basketball Association, and the Dallas Stars of the National Hockey League. It opened its doors in 2001 and since then it has set the trend for sporting and live entertainment events. 13 years after its inauguration, Venues Today Magazine named American Airlines Center "the 4th busiest arena in the U.S. and 10th busiest in the World".

The main layout was executed by David M. Schwarz from the Architectural Services of Washington D.C. The American Airlines Center original purpose was to be the backbone of Victory Park, a new urban and commercial area meant to bring new life to the city of Dallas. The arena features discreet lines with an exquisite mix of brick, granite and limestone, which gives visitors a warm, welcoming feeling. The main entrance to the grounds is called AT&T Plaza (also known as Victory Plaza), created by artist Athena Tacha in 2000. With its large  high-definition video displays towering to the sides, the AT&T Plaza has served as a forum for masses to watch press conferences, concerts, private events and even the 2007 NHL All-Star pregame celebrations. Woodall Rodgers Plaza is located on the corner of Victory Park facing Hooters and was created by Cork Marcheschi, a celebrated artist. American Airlines Center provides more than 5000 parking spaces, with an additional 3,000 to the South and East of the Center

Looking for hotels in Dallas Texas? The Stay Express Inn is situated at a distance of 9.0 miles from American Airlines Center.