The indoor arena has been in its present location since 1968 and is currently home to two major New York sports teams. After years of high traffic use, the arena was in need of a major transformation to meet the expectations of today’s spectators.
- Completed: 2013
- Capacity: 18,000
- Building owner: The Madison Sqaure Garden Company
- Developer: Van Deusen Associates
- Architect: Brisbin Brook Breynon Architects
- Contractor: Turner Construction Company
- 45 KONE Eco3000™ escalators
- 3 KONE Ecomod™ escalators
- 5 hydraulic elevators
- 12 elevators modernized
- KONE Care™ Maintenance Service
FAST LANE FOR VERTICAL COMMUTERS
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Every detail counts
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TRUE TO CLUB COLORS
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THE LEGEND LIVES ON IN MANHATTAN
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BUILT FOR TOMORROW
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STEEL NEST OF THE PHOENIX
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