The arena itself will cost $500 million plus interest, with $250 million plus interest coming from public sources after the city and state approved it in 2015.
$100 million will come from former Bucks owner Herb Kohl, while $150 million plus cost overruns will come from current Bucks ownership.
Other deadlines include, according to the Milwaukee Business Journal:
- Demolition of the current parking structure on 4th and Highland by the end of 2016
- April 2017 for the first shovel in the ground for the live block, public plaza and live block plaza
- The new parking structure to be built by Nov. 1, 2017 (the start of the 2017-18 season)
- Demolition of the BMO Harris Bradley Center by Sept. 30, 2019.