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Sports Business Journal
POSTED 02.19.2019
ROSSETTI principal and creative director, Kelly Deines IIDA, LEED AP has been named a "Power Player" in Culinary Culture by the Sports Business Journal. This honor recognizes individuals leading some of the most innovative and interesting fan experiences in the sports and entertainment industry. 
POSTED 02.12.2019
This March, for the first time in history, the Miami Open will be held at Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins! This fly-through shows all the exciting new programming in and around the site to make this year's Miami Open a once in a lifetime experience. 
Detroit Rising Podcast
POSTED 02.05.2019
What's working in Detroit and what's not? ROSSETTI's Deena Fox and Amy Chesterton speak with Crain's Detroit reporter, Chad Livengood about The Corner - the new mixed-use development currently under construction at the corner of Michigan Ave and Trumbull. Listen to this podcast to hear about this project and other exciting developments coming to Corktown + Downtown Detroit. 
MLIVE
POSTED 12.14.2018
Take a step from downtown Ann Arbor back to 1950's Detroit in new Jim Brady's Restaurant The new Jim Brady's restaurant at 209 S. Main St., pays homage to the original Diamond Jim Brady's, which opened in 1954 on Seven Mile Road in Detroit.
The New York Times
POSTED 09.05.2018
At this, the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Open and the 40th at what’s now officially called the U.S.T.A. Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, the event’s organizers will be unveiling Armstrong 2.0. The new stadium completes a five-year, more than $600 million campuswide overhaul. Rossetti, the Detroit-based firm, designed all the new facilities.