Carolina Panthers Luxury Suites provide great views of the action on the field, while offering an unparalleled combination of features and amenities. Not only do guests have the ultimate NFL gameday experience in a unique atmosphere, but the Panthers are committed to taking LUXE memberships beyond the football season and outside the walls of Bank of America Stadium.

Taking its name from the 32 franchises of the National Football League, The 32 Club provides an all-inclusive gameday experience for its 32 members. Located along the north sideline on the 400 club level, The 32 Club features three rows of seating behind fully retractable glass windows for a panoramic view of the field.

Established in 2015, The 32 Club provides complimentary food and beverages, as well as upscale in-suite furnishings, featuring private restrooms, radiant heating, and flat-screen televisions.

Our newest private infield suite, named Lynx Mountain after one of our legendary bucking horses, sits just above the rodeo arena and accommodates up to 48 guests with up-close action in style. Rustic touches, including wainscoting and table tops made with wood reclaimed from a Welsh chapel, combine with modern touches like custom track lighting featuring the Calgary Stampede logo and brand. The design work was by Baboushkin Design Group of Calgary.


There are two types of suites for fans to choose from in Golden 1 Center – a traditional 20-plus-person suite and the unique living-room-style lofts for eight to ten guests.

Ping HD’s “EngagePHD” cloud-based software was chosen by the Orlando City Soccer Club and ICON Venue Group as the content management system (CMS) to drive over 175 video screens at the recently opened Orlando City Stadium. The solution is used in Orlando for internet protocol television (IPTV), digital menu boards, suite signage, and the scoreboard. This installation was done in conjunction with Samsung SSP screens and the use of no additional external media players. This project is the first of its type in the industry.

Suite renovations at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio occurred in two phases. Phase I, which took place before the 2016 season, constructed ten suites in total, consisting of six Legacy Suites and four standard-size suites. Phase II occurred during this past offseason, and involved a larger number of suites. The project included taking 27 existing suites and remodeling them into 18 newly designed suites, consisting of four Legacy Suites, eight standard-size suites, and six party suites.

As part of a $5 million upgrade project, STAPLES Center completed full renovations to all 154 private suites, 16 event suites, and the premium level concession stands. STAPLES Center and AEG tasked MEIS Architects to create and design the new looks for all suites. Dan Meis, Founder and Managing Principal of MEIS Architects, was one of the original architects of STAPLES Center.

Giving a glimpse of the backstage glamour and tucked away on the gantry of the American Express Invites Lounge, The O2 arena has created a luxurious and unique space for entertaining up to 12 guests, who can relax in the privacy of their own “Dressing Room A” before taking prime seats in the arena for the show.

Get ready for your close-up in the show-stopping star mirror. Sip on signature cocktails, and watch the buzz of the bar below from the private window. A personal host will see that all guests get the superstar treatment.

The 115,000-square-foot Nippert Stadium renovation project had two major goals: enhance the fan experience and strengthen the quality of the campus. This project on the University of Cincinnati’s confined urban campus raises the standard for collegiate stadium facilities. The dramatic architecture contributes to the distinctive surroundings by delivering a showcase building for the university and improving the gameday and non-gameday environment for fans, all while being located on a tight site.