For 125 years, the Cincinnati Open has been a key component of the region’s landscape. With a focus on providing world-class fan and player experiences, the major projects set to be completed in the coming years are part of a $260 million investment in the future of the tournament.

2024 Projects

Stadium Upgrades

Each of the nearly 12,000 seats in Center Court will be removed and replaced to feature a brand-new seating experience. The same will happen at Grandstand Court, where all bleachers will be replaced with individual seats.

The Oasis

Brand new in 2024, The Oasis is an open-air, private lounge area located in the Northeast corner of Center Court. The area is available to ticket holders in sections 209-211 and is designed after a coastal Italian restaurant.

Baseline Premier Seats

This first-of-its-kind experience will feature oversized seats with groundbreaking climate control, cooling technology along with built-in mini fridges for water and cold towels and access to the 1899 Club, which will offer all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverages.

Crosscourt Suites

The Crosscourt Suites at Center Court are getting an upgrade with new layouts and updated finishes.

Grandstand Suites

The Grandstand Suites will be the first hospitality offerings at the tournament’s second-largest stadium and will be able to host groups of various sizes.

New Practice Courts

Four new practice courts will be built in 2024, bringing even more opportunities for fans to watch their favorite players up close and personal.

2025 Projects

The Cincinnati Open is is undergoing an extensive, campus-wide renovation planned to improve fan and player experiences prior to the expanded 2025 tournament. Reimagined stadiums, park-like landscaping, additional sunken courts, a brand-new player building, and enhanced fan experiences are just the beginning of the incredible campus transformation.

A sleek, continuous facade will wrap both Center Court and Grandstand Court in the heart of the new-look campus. To the south, a brand new, 2,000-seat sunken stadium will be added to the campus, making it the fourth largest of the venue’s five permanent stadiums.

We are ushering in a new era at the Cincinnati Open, and the complete transformation of our campus will create an unparalleled experience for our fans and players.

Bob Moran, President of Beemok Sports and Entertainment

The additional stadium is one of 10 new courts being added to the site to help facilitate the event’s growth to feature 96-player ATP and WTA singles fields over more days in 2025. In total, the campus will feature 31 courts, up from the planned 21 for 2024.

To the north of Center Court, a permanent fan plaza shaded by an expansive canopy will provide a gathering spot for spectators with additional landscaping to create more greenspace and modular opportunities for sponsor activations.

A new, 56,000 square-foot, two-story player center will be among the most significant additions to the site. The world-class facility will include lounge and restaurant space for the tournament’s players and their support teams, wellness and recovery rooms for the players and locker rooms for coaches. Existing player facilities on the three lowest floors of the Paul Flory Player Center will be renovated to provide additional locker room space and an expanded, state-of-the-art fitness center.

The campus transformation will include comprehensive upgrades and improvements making an enormous impact for many generations to come.

Kristin Byrd, Design Director and Architect, Gensler

Other work planned for the campus includes a new, six court indoor facility and the creation of six pickleball and two padel courts on the grounds. Additional parking will be added to the north of the campus and multiple new access points to the parking areas will be created in the coming years.

Updates and renderings will be added to this page as they become available.

Our Partners

Special thanks to the following partners whose support helps make the 2025 Cincinnati Open Campus Transformation possible.

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