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MLive
POSTED 11.03.2016
A dividing line between sections 108 and 109 in the concourse of Breslin Center currently serves as an odd portal of time and place. It's the infield gravel in Field of Dreams. It's the DeLorean hitting 88 miles per hour in Back to the Future. On one side, there's the cold, concrete jungle of yesteryear. Breslin was opened in 1989 and has aged like the Ford Probe. On the other side, a sleek, faux granite floor rolls through a spacious, contemporary concourse with modish signage. The colors -- clean green and white with black definition -- are vivid. The amenities have amenities.
Washington Post
POSTED 09.23.2016
Events DC revealed renderings of the ROSSETTI-designed practice facility on Thursday, September 22 at a community meeting. In addition to a 45,000-square-foot practice venue for the Wizards, the Washington Entertainment Sports Arena (ESA) will include a 4,200-seat arena capable of hosting concerts, community events and home games for the Washington Mystics when it opens in 2018, as well as contests involving a possible NBA D-League affiliate down the road.
www.nba.com
POSTED 08.31.2016
Two of LA's biggest brands, the Los Angeles Lakers and UCLA Health have agreed to a long-term partnership that includes UCLA Health’s designation as the exclusive in-game health providers for the team’s players and the naming rights for the team’s new training facility and offices in El Segundo, it was announced today. The name of the facility will be the UCLA Health Training Center.
Washington Business Journal
POSTED 03.01.2016
Events D.C hires ROSSETTI and DC-based firm, Marshall Moya Design to design a 5,000 seat arena planned for the St. Elizabeth's Campus in Ward 8. This arena will serve as the future home of the Washington Mystics, the training center of the Washington Wizards, and an entertainment venue for the local community.