Worried that the luxury suites at the Barclays Center would never measure up to your fine tastes? Today, the arena introduces The Vault, 11 “ultra-luxurious suites” inspired and designed by Jay-Z, a Nets part owner who has already nabbed one for himself.
If you’ve got the money to splurge, each Vault suite owner will receive eight premium tickets in the first 10 rows of the lower bowl to all Barclays Center events, including Nets games, as well as boxing and concerts. The suites are also described in a release as having “sophisticated lounge seating,” and flat-screen TVs. Suite guests will have access to the Armand de Brignac Champagne Bar (whose bottles go for about $300).
The Vault’s common space, behind black steel doors, also has a 15-foot high shear lit curtain and screens of translucent glass. And of course, it’s designed to look like a club.
The Wall Street Journal says that the suites run $550,000 per year, with a minimum three-year term – which is about $45,833 per month, almost on par with the $50,000-per-month TriBeCa townhouse where Dominique Strauss-Kahn recently lived. But there’s a champagne bar!