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11-03-2005, 09:42 PM
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MSG #4 is coming up on its 38th year ...

Does Mr. Dolan / NY Rangers / NY Knicks have plans to build a new clean building in NYC?

http://www.nycvisit.com/content/index.cfm?pagePkey=1255

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***?

i thought this one was #4, my arena mgt professor wants a paper on the history of all four MSGs and i'm reading the sheet right now

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I think they're talking about putting #5 in the new post office across the street. but for the short term they're supposed to be putting 20 million in renovations in next summer.

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I think they're talking about putting #5 in the new post office across the street. but for the short term they're supposed to be putting 20 million in renovations in next summer.
The "plan" was to put it on the west side of 'Moynihan Plaza' (the old post office). As I understand it the "new" MSG would be on the 9th avenue side of the PO.

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There's also been talk about it moving one block north to 33rd street and 7th.

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What's really funny is that even at 38 years old, it's still one of the better arena's in the world, and believe me i've been to many.

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What's really funny is that even at 38 years old, it's still one of the better arena's in the world, and believe me i've been to many.
It's a great arena but a horrible place for a hockey game; they have better ice in Florida.

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I hate the fact that people can walk in front of you arond the arena including vendors, they are always in the way.

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I hate the fact that people can walk in front of you arond the arena including vendors, they are always in the way.
The vendor with the cotton candy really pisses me off.

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The sitelines are great. It's too bad the seats aren't floor-level on the glass on the sides of the rink tho. The acoustics are good too.

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The Gardens sight lines are horrible. Some seats in the 200's you can barely see the players skates. God forbid you should ever sit behind the net.

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yeah, i thought it was generally accepted that the sight lines at the Garden are terrible.

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totally misread the thread

just thought i'd clear that up

scared me for a sec

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thanks for the responses guys!

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