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Detroit Free Press
POSTED 11.21.2017
The new Detroit Pistons performance center will house a familiar name. The Pistons and Michigan-based grocer Plum Market announced in a press release Wednesday morning that the grocery chain will open a cafe and retail store in the Henry Ford-Detroit Pistons Performance Center under construction in the New Center area of Detroit, a short distance from Little Caesars Arena.
InsideHockey.com
POSTED 11.06.2017
The 21st century has seen some fairly significant advancements in arena design, but it’s come at a price. As arenas have expanded to accommodate luxury suites and high-end concourse attractions, the less expensive seats have moved so far away from the action that the fans feel detached from the in-game experience. But while it’s true that those seats typically generate the least amount of revenue, their importance should not be understated.
POSTED 10.31.2017
In the age of social media, 140 characters can say a lot. A week after ROSSETTI's unveiling of The Inverted Bowl - a new arena concept, the tweets and retweets are rolling in from sports fans, architecture devotees, and franchise owners alike. Even Dan Gilbert, owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, is spreading the synergy. 
Venues Today
POSTED 10.12.2017
Nosebleeds no more, said Matt Rossetti, architect of a new “inverted bowl” design he said can reimagine the way arena construction, siting and seating all occurs. After spending seven years on the design process, walking through construction and engineering feasibility and multiple design iterations, Rossetti’s eponymous firm unveiled the inverted bowl design this week. “It is going to be incredible for everything,” he said. “This thing is going to be so frickin’ cool.”
Newsday
POSTED 08.14.2017
Danny Zausner is in the fifth set of the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center transformation. He is the chief operating officer and managing director of the tennis center and the man behind the plan. That five-year plan, announced in 2013, begun in 2014, scheduled to conclude in 2018, is a $600-million makeover that includes the roof over Ashe Stadium, the new Grandstand, a completely rebuilt south campus, the new Court 17, completely rebuilt practice courts and adjacent field courts. Plus new food offerings, entertainment, hospitality options, the whole entertainment package.