Corporate boxes sold out at Perth Arena
Inside one of the corporate boxes.

Perth Arena's lavish corporate boxes have sold out for at least the next two years, with WA's business community shelling out up to $114,000 a year to secure the best seats in the house.

All 36 suites, which cater for 12 or 18 people, have been leased for between $60,000 and $114,000 a year for two to six-year terms, and there is already a long waiting list for suites.

The boxes feature designer lounge suites, big screens, a concierge and VIP entrances and parking, and will give companies access to all events at the arena.

The first image of the suites have been released as the finishing touches are put on the arena, which British singer George Michael will open officially on November 10.

Pop legend Sir Elton John and Canadian rockers Nickelback will round off a busy opening week when they begin national tours in Perth on November 12 and 17.

Alternative rock band Weezer and teen favourite One Direction are scheduled to perform in 2013.

Perth Arena sales manager Katie Musham said the businesses had been quick to embrace the venue, which will also host the Hopman Cup tennis tournament and Perth Wildcats games.

Additional temporary corporate boxes will be available during the Hopman Cup and Wildcats games, and are being sold for up to $50,000 a year.

Wildcats commercial manager Troy Georgiu said 80 per cent of the courtside boxes had been sold.

Sport and Recreation Minister Terry Waldron said regular patrons would also be treated to a new standard of seating, with the 11,700 fixed seats around the bowl featuring armrests and cup holders.

Another 2600 temporary seats will be available on the floor.

"The people of WA will experience seating well above the standard of anything available in Perth event venues," Mr Waldron said.

The West Australian

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