The TD Garden to get a 70 Million Dollar facelift.

On April 7 , 2014 the owner of the TD Bank Garden in Boston, home of the Boston Celtics and the Boston Bruins, announced they will start privately funding a 70 Million Dollar restoration from floor to ceiling. The announcement was made after deciding that it needed a major plan to bring up the quality of hospitality that they provide to the fans.
The plan is set to be finished in 24 months and will provide the arena with a very high tech system for graphics and sound and wifi.
When asked what their entire plans were they answered,  “We’re really changing everything from floor to ceiling — no exaggeration.”
In specifics, some of the major changes will be moving the pro shop so they have a 6,000 sq ft, facility that is more than doubled of their previous one which was 2,800 sq ft. td_banknorth_garden

Their main focuses are to increase the positive fan experiences, also it allows for business to expand and opens up space for newer models and new products. This will open the opportunities of new partnerships with Reebok and Adidas, authentic outfitters of the NHL and the NBA.

Both Concourses will be completely renovated to offer fans new and improved food and beverage options along with a more modern common space to gather during events.

The plans are currently in its final planning stages. Plans to announce the specific vision and tentative time line for these specific areas will be announced in the coming months.

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Posted on April 10, 2014, in News, Sports, Top Stories and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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