SBD/April 26, 2013/Facilities

MSG Begins Marketing Soon-To-Be-Constructed Upper Bowl Luxury Suites

MSG's premium suites will be among the last pieces of the facility's $1B renovation
Madison Square Garden has “begun marketing 18 new upper-bowl, luxury suites aimed at attracting companies run by sports and entertainment junkies,” according to Rich Calder of the N.Y. POST. The new suites will be “built over the summer” after both the Knicks and NHL Rangers finish their seasons. When completed in the fall, the 365-square-foot suites “will be among the last pieces" of MSG's third and final phase of its $1B "top-to-bottom transformation project.” Besides being “slightly closer to the court area, the suites offer superior amenities to existing upper-bowl suites, which will be removed to pave the way for a lounge area to be called the Budweiser Fan Deck.” The new suites will “each come with 12 private seats to all Garden events, plus an opportunity to purchase up to five additional tickets.” In addition, they are “filled with state-of-the-art amenities, including rich wood finishes, granite-topped serving areas, flat-panel televisions, a restroom and kitchen.” Also to be offered are “branding walls,” giving companies the “opportunity to customize their suites by slapping their logos on the walls.” Leases are “being offered for terms of three, five and seven years at up to $600,000 annually.” The suite level also will include “an added bonus: access to a 2,180-square-foot, window-lined lobby offering a unique collection of artifacts that pay homage to many of the top sports stars and entertainers who have graced the grand Garden stage over the years” (N.Y. POST, 4/26).
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