Pictures: Official Phase Two Of MSG Pictures



New York, NY, November 2, 2012 – Madison Square Garden unveils today the second phase of the Arena’s historic, three-year top-to-bottom Transformation. The New York Knicks will take the court against the Miami Heat tonight for the first event in the newly transformed Arena. Construction on the second phase of the Transformation began on May 26. During the offseason shutdown more than 1000 construction workers worked around the clock to transform the upper bowl of the Arena.

Phase II of The Garden Transformation includes a completely new seating configuration in the upper bowl of the Arena, offering larger, more comfortable seats and significantly improved sightlines as the incline for the upper bowl increases 17 degrees, moving fans seven to 10 feet, or nearly three rows, closer to the action. The new expanded Garden Concourse (8th floor) includes city views in select areas, additional restrooms and retail locations, and new first-class food and beverage options. Final work was completed on the Madison Concourse (6th floor), including the addition of an homage to The Garden’s 133 year history with the “Garden 366” visual retrospective showcasing a moment in Garden history for every day of the year, and special exhibits celebrating 10 of the 20 top “Defining Moments” at The Garden. The second 10 “Defining Moments” will debut next season on the Garden Concourse. The new Lexus Madison Suite Level (7th floor) features 58 new Madison Level Suites that will open throughout the 2012-13 seasons, along with the new Madison Club presented by Foxwoods, both located as close as 23 rows away from the action. The Madison Club presented by Foxwoods is a new all-inclusive, membership-only club that includes access to more than 100 sporting events held at The Garden.




14 comments
a57se
a57se

So we can keep switching Salas and Nelson week to week...

jaym
jaym

And a you are supposed to rate a coach and QB from this mess?

Wilkershakes
Wilkershakes

That's a pretty good average!


~Silver lining

t__k
t__k

Is Enunwa dead?  Can he play?  Why doesn't he get some reps?  I was under the impression that his legal matter was pending and could play.  Is that not the case?

juunit
juunit

I don't think we'll really miss his one catch a game very much.

DarrolRayFanClub
DarrolRayFanClub

Well, I guess the fact that this is important to us could make this Ryan's low point of his career.

machoking
machoking

HAHAHA can it get worse?  Do we have to start firing the training staff? Who is taking care of these guys Doc Brown?

williamg1
williamg1

Can Idzik play WR? We may need him. 

jetlife
jetlife

@t__k I would imagine the Jets are handling that situation very delicately and inserting him into the WR rotaion on gameday might not be the best place to hide the dirty laundry.