Remaking the Q

Q transformationHere is what Quicken Loans Arena could look like, from Huron Road, after a $140 million renovation paid for by taxpayers and the Cavs.  

Quicken Loans Arena, home of LeBron and the Cavs, to get $140 million makeover

Karen Farkas,

The Cavs will split the cost with Cuyahoga County, the city of Cleveland and Destination Cleveland. Continue reading.

NBA All-Star game coming to Cleveland, perhaps by 2020, Cavaliers say

Karen Farkas,

The Cavs have been promised the big event -- which draws celebrities and millions of dollars in tourist spending -- once the arena is renovated Continue reading.

Is Quicken Loans Arena overhaul worth your tax dollars? Consider these points as you decide

Leila Atassi,

The Cavs and taxpayers will split the bill, with significant portions coming from the city of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County and the city's tourism bureau, Destination Cleveland. Continue reading.

Who will pay for the Q renovations and how?

Rich Exner,

The $140 million makeover of the Q will take money from three existing taxes, plus a new rental agreement with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Continue reading.

See plans for the Q transformation

Karen Farkas,

The Q will undergo a $140 million renovation that is expected to extend the life of the 22-year-old arena for another 18 years. Read more