The Boston Celtics have a brand new, 70,000 square foot place they can call home.

On Tuesday, the Celtics officially made the move from their old space in Waltham to the Auerbach Center at New Balance World Headquarters at Boston Landing.

The new facility comes fully equipped with two full-sized parquet basketball courts just like the one at TD Garden for the team to practice on, a fully decked out weight room that overlooks the Mass Pike and even a full kitchen.

Kaizen, the Japanese word for improvement, hangs over the new weight room and work out area.
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Other amenities include a medical exam room, a napping area for players to recover after practice and a barber chair if anyone needs a quick touch up.

The barber chair in the new Celtics facility.
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General Electric helped provide medical equipment and a special lighting system for the center.

The Celtics now move in next door to the Boston Bruins, who have been at the Warrior Ice Arena since 2016.

Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck said the building — which is named after legendary former Celtics coach and executive Red Auerbach — will be the foundation for the Celtics' success moving forward.

"This building is named in honor of the architect and mastermind of Celtic pride Red Auerbach who, together with the many other greats commemorated by the banners hanging above us, built the Celtics into one of the world's greatest testimonials to teamwork, respect for one another and commitment," Grousbeck said.

Celtics President Rich Gotham said when the Celtics were first approached about the project five years ago, they weren't even thinking about moving anywhere else.

Now, two years after the building's ground-breaking, the Auerbach Center is a pivotal part of the Celtics' vision going forward.

"Our goal every year is to contend for an NBA championship," Gotham said. "We need a place where we can get our players and our coaches to maximum performance so we can achieve that goal, and what we have here today with New Balance at the Auerbach Center is just that."

The lockers for Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum on display at the Auerbach Center.
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The Celtics' move from Waltham to Boston Landing wasn't lost on Mayor Marty Walsh, who spoke at the opening ceremony.

"This beautiful new facility brings our Celtics home, so they don't just win championships in Boston, they're going to train in this facility," Walsh said.

Governor Charlie Baker, who was also in attendance, said the center is a fitting namesake for Auerbach.

"This is ... a spectacular tribute to a truly great winner and somebody who put his mark on this city like almost nobody else," Baker said. "And it will serve the Celtics and this community for decades to come in ways that people can't even imagine."

There's no doubt the new facility will be an attraction for any players the Celtics attempt to lure to the team in the coming years.

For anyone who steps foot in the building, one feature may stand quietly above the rest: A blank championship banner hovering over the weight area that the Celtics hope to fill soon.

A blank championhip banner hangs over the practice facility as motivation for the Celtics.
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