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Sports Illustrated
POSTED 08.17.2018
On the latest edition of the Beyond the Baseline Podcast, Matt Rossetti discusses the overall design process and vision for the new, Louis Armstrong Stadium, which will feature a retractable roof, seating for about 41,000 spectators, a special natural ventilation system and more. Rossetti also discusses the noise issue that came up during the first year of the Arthur Ashe roof and how he sought out feedback from top players such as Venus and Serena Williams to make sure the environment was suitable for the players on court. 
Forbes
POSTED 07.30.2018
Mark Murphy is perched nearly 50 feet above the Titletown District he was instrumental in creating. And while the Green Bay Packers’ president and CEO doesn’t stick out his chest, he most certainly could. The full-sized football field and 40-yard dash area are both bustling. There’s a bevy of activity on the playgrounds, which are designed for a variety of age groups.
Pollstar
POSTED 05.29.2018
Sports gambling destinations are coming to arenas and stadiums, according to officials with Detroit architecture firm ROSSETTI, which has done work for both casinos and sports venues in the Motor City.   “We’ve been asked already by several clients to look at some really cool club areas that could have gaming going on at the same time as watching the event,” ROSSETTI President Matt Rossetti said.  
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Shopping Center Business
POSTED 05.09.2018
ROSSETTI has been featured in this month's Shopping Center Business for our work in creating a year-round destination district in Green Bay, WI. The piece stresses the importance of anchoring developments with vibrant districts that become catalysts for regional growth. A mixed-use district attracts people all-year, not just on game days. "There is a symbiotic relationship between being smart about development and trying to think about ways to use something like a stadium to improve the economy," said Jon Disbrow, Director of Architecture and Principal at ROSSETTI. 
Eater Detroit
POSTED 04.30.2018
Detroit’s Greektown Casino-Hotel has pulled back the curtains on its $15-million renovations of “food hall”-style dining space Monroe Market. When it debuts on May 1, 2018, on the third floor of the casino, the new restaurant space will feature six fast-casual dining counters as well as a full-service ramen bar called Noodle Art.