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Legends Withdraws As Equity Partner In Nassau Coliseum Project
Published August 18, 2014
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Nets and Barclays Center CEO Brett Yormark confirmed that there were discussions over Legends potentially taking over at Barclays Center but there was no written contract regarding a potential switch in food vendors in Brooklyn. He added that the decision to retain Levy Restaurants and insert the same vendor at Nassau starting in '16 was driven by Forest City’s need to maintain continuity and create synergies between the two arenas. Yormark: "We felt Levy has done a great job at Barclays Center and there was no reason to make a change. Having the same food provider in both buildings made sense."
See tomorrow’s issue of THE DAILY for more.