Madison Square Garden's new look

The world-famous Madison Square Garden (MSG) in New York City has completed a three-year top-to-bottom transformation which significantly enhances every aspect of the historic arena, from the first row to the last.

The $1 billion comprehensive transformation has been designed to improve the experience of fans, athletes and entertainers.

Sporting legends, swimsuit models, actors and musicians joined executives from MSG at a formal ceremony in Manhattan on October 24 to mark the completion of the its transformation.

The renovation goes far beyond a mere ‘dusting off’ or ‘updating’ of the venue, with new skybridges installed that will put fans closer to the action, and providing them with comfortable seating and unobstructed views. The two bridges are suspended from the Garden’s ceiling by steel tube hangers. First-class food and beverage options are steps away from the seats.

The bridges with their colours and curving forms complement the interior architecture of the Garden’s bowl. Each one is 233 X 22 ft, and, together, they weigh 662 tonnes. It will seat 430 people.

Comments (+)