Summer 1969 marked the first use of Temple University's physical education and athletics building, located in the heart of the Main Campus at Broad Street and Montgomery Avenue. The complex currently houses a weight room and training facilities, as well as facilities for teaching, research, student recreation and athletic competition. The Temple women's basketball, fencing, women's gymnastics and volleyball squads have their home competitions in McGonigle Hall. Most easily recognized in the block-square complex by its high glass wall front is McGonigle Hall, named in recognition of a gift for furnishings and equipment by the late Arthur T. McGonigle, a Temple trustee, and dedicated in December, 1969. Located here is the large arena seating 3,900 spectators for basketball, fencing, gymnastics and volleyball competitions. The 50 x 94 foot basketball court can also be divided into smaller courts for daytime physical education classes in volleyball, badminton or basketball. In 2012, the University completed a $48 million renovation and expansion of Pearson and McGonigle Halls, providing additional classrooms, faculty and coaching staff offices as well as state-of-the-art men's and women's basketball practice facilities.