The Celtics and Bruins are enjoying the amenities of their new state-of-the-art practice facilities this season. So in order to keep up, the Jacobs family is set to have the TD Garden undergo massive renovations.
In a press release Friday, Delaware North –– the company owned by Bruins and Garden owner Jeremy Jacobs –– announced $100 million will go into the arena over the next two years. There will be a combined 50,000 square feet of additional space on all levels of the building, with 15,000 feet going towards the Garden’s fan concourses.
There will also be much more room for fans to host parties or events at games, as Delaware North is adding the Rafters bar, which is described as a “high energy and communal membership-based party deck located on the top floor of the arena.” The Rafter studios will be up there as well, and those spaces will be able to accommodate groups of 20-25 people.
Perhaps most importantly for fans driving into the game, there will also be a North Station garage expansion with 500 additional parking spots. Maybe now it won’t take longer to get out of the garage than the game itself.
Read the full press release here.
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Source: GreenStreet Blog