OVG Begins $200M Baltimore Arena Renovation Project
A major renovation project on the Baltimore Arena was launched by Oak View Group (OVG), which is upgrading the aging arena located in the city’s downtown. The project involves OVG working in partnership with the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC), Fundamental Advisors, and Thirty Five Ventures (35V), co-founded by NBA star Kevin... Read more
Oak View Group Tap Randy Morton, Marc Badain to Lead Vegas Project
Los Angeles-based Oak View Group (OVG) has announced its hiring of two established executives to lead the company’s massive Las Vegas project. The group announced a $3 billion development plan that would include a hotel, casino, and 20,000-seat arena in Las Vegas at the end of March this year,... Read more
Oak View Group Announces Launch of Canadian Division
Oak View Group announced the launch of a new division focusing on the Canadian sports and entertainment business, OVG Canada. The division will be led by Tim Pistore, who will serve as President of OVG Canada after most recently working at President of UBS Arena on Long Island. As... Read more
Oak View Group Plans Arena, Entertainment Hub in Las Vegas
Oak View Group has its sights set on a big splash in Sin City, announcing a $3 billion development plan south of the Las Vegas Strip that will include an arena, hotel, and casino. The company will center the development on a 25 acre parcel of land close to... Read more
Oak View Group, Spectra to Merge in Blockbuster Venue Deal
Oak View Group and Spectra announced an agreement to merge on Monday, creating a venue management and hospitality giant will own, operate, or service hundreds of venues across the globe. Financial terms of the merger, which is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2021, were not announced.... Read more
Oak View Group Announces Changed Coachella Valley Arena Plans
Oak View Group (OVG) announced updated plans for its new Coachella Valley Arena project in California, moving to a new location after its initial land deal broke down. Planned for land in downtown Palm Springs belonging to the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, the 10,000 capacity facility will... Read more