NBA

Golden State Warriors give sneak peek of new Chase Center and its posh club suites

The Golden State Warriors may have come back to earth a bit, but the franchise plans to be back on top of pro sports when the Chase Center in San Francisco opens in 2019.

The team broke ground on the new arena by the Bay in January, and on Tuesday it gave reporters a sneak peek of what fans will see -- including a model of its posh club suite experience.

Model of a club suite experience. pic.twitter.com/yyFEY8ywF6

— Jordan Ramirez (@JRAM_91) March 14, 2017

More from FoxSports

Take a 360-degree look inside a @ChaseCenter club suite mockup #warriors #DubNation https://t.co/rwpM9fqVUU pic.twitter.com/RR9X7XWWFW

— SFBT Multimedia (@SFBTMultimedia) March 14, 2017

No surprise that this aspect of the arena is the first model up, since it's what the Warriors will be selling rich Silicon Valley companies on. The arena will feature one ring of suites, 44 in all and each with improved views of the court than fans now have at Oracle Arena. The suites also are significantly larger than current offerings, 575-689 square feet compared to 277.

Got a preview of Warriors' future SF home today, suite livin' style at Chase Center, courtesy of @RickWelts & @BSchneider01. Take a look... pic.twitter.com/6iefLJwtQt

— Sam Amick (@sam_amick) March 14, 2017

Some neat first glimpses of Warriors' Chase Center arena project due for 2019 debut in San Francisco. pic.twitter.com/QdtrObT9tm

— Janie McCauley (@JanieMcCAP) March 14, 2017

The project is expected to incorporate retail and office space, acres of public space and state-of-the-art technology in the Warriors' new home by the Bay. Janie McCauley of The Associated Press paints the picture of the team's vision:

"Imagine an ice skating rink with a Rockefeller Center-like feel, farmers markets in a sparkling new waterfront park, fireworks over San Francisco Bay among picturesque views during the summer, big-name concerts in between and so many other events featuring a wide range of entertainment.

"Oh, and a pretty good basketball team, too."

The Associated Press contributed to this report.