MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Bucks fans have to wait another couple of years until they can get inside the team's new arena -- but Friday, they got a peek at what's coming.
Bucks President Peter Feigin's focus is fixed on the future.
"We want to bring thousands of people through here so they can actually touch, feel, and experience the arena," said Feigin.
Friday, Feigin was inside the newly-opened, Schlitz Park space known as the Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center Preview Center.
There, FOX6 News got a glimpse of what it means to "Own the Future."
"What we're building in downtown Milwaukee, is something they've never seen before," Feigin said.
During the next two years of construction, Feigin explains, the space will serve as an education and sales platform -- offering virtual and physical tours of the new arena.
"The development model represents the fully-realized future of the entire development. Each model of suites has multiple furniture configuration options for you to chose from," said Milwaukee Bucks Executive Vice President, Ted Loehrke.
While Loehrke declined to reveal suite prices, he did share the virtual view from the scaled replica of an arena suite.
"Where you're back underneath a lid at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, these suite seats are actually pushed out into the bowl so you're closer to the action, and you can feel the sights and sounds of the event," said Loehrke.
A wall inside the Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center Preview Center shows sort of an inventory management system. Bottles indicate how many suites are still available for purchase, and if you're counting -- there are 14 remaining.