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“A dramatic transformation of Madison Square Garden that will take place in phases” has been planned.  For three consecutive summers (which will begin at the conclusion of  the Knicks/Rangers 2010-2011 season ), MSG will shut-it-down.  What does that mean for NY Liberty fans?  WELL, remember the Radio City Summer? Again, the Liberty will have to play there games elsewhere, for three summers!!    “We are currently in discussions to relocate the Liberty during this time, and will update you when a plan is finalized.”  said Liberty President & General Manager Carol Blazejowski in a letter to Liberty fans.  While many fans were not too keen on the Radio City basketball summer, umm, let’s keep it real.  Most fans down right didn’t like it!  We’ll see what the Garden comes up with.  The Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey is a possibility.  With it’s state of the art complex, it also will be the home of the New Jersey Nets until their move to Brooklyn.

The Play-by-Play restaurant. a favorite pregame spot for Liberty fans will be closed permanently!


(courtesy of

Comprehensive, top-to-bottom transformation; significantly enhanced experience for customers, athletes, entertainers, fans and partners

Transformation to include:

Project will generate thousands of construction jobs

Transformation will be paid for in its entirety by Madison Square Garden

Timeline:  lower bowl expected to be ready for the 2011-2012 seasons and upper bowl for the 2012-2013 seasons

  • – Renovation will be done in phases with the majority done in the summer months to minimize disruptions
  • – Building will remain operational throughout the NHL and NBA seasons

Architect:  Brisbin Brook Beynon
Construction Manager:  Turner

Click here for photos of what the new MSG will look like

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Denise J. Saul is the Founder/President of WSEN-Women's Sports & Entertainment Network.

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