MSG’s Bird’s Eye View

Bird’s Eye bridges being installed at Madison Square Garden in NYC. That way, you can see the Knicks miss the playoffs from yet another angle in the stadium:

When the renovation of the 42-year-old facility is completed,  spectator bridges will hang from the ceiling, allowing a bird’s-eye view of the playing surface. Portions of the MSG project will be finished over a period from 2011-13. The bridges are supposed to be functional in October 2013. “They’ll be like no other seat in professional sports or entertainment,” MSG President Hank Ratner said, according to USA Today. “I think probably the Green Monster [at the Boston Red Sox’s Fenway Park] is the only thing you could come to making the comparison. But these are going to take it up a notch — because you’re on bridges.”
Sounds pretty cool if you ask me.
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Posted on November 26, 2010, in madison square garsen, msg, new york, new york knicks. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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