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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.
POSTED 11.01.2016
The ROSSETTI design team transformed an unused 221-seat press box at CenturyLink Field into four new suites with 210 seats at the 40-yard line. The two traditional premium suites and two non-traditional mini-suites are adjacent to a 500 square foot communal area that provides food and beverage service. The Return on DesignTM strategy has an ROI within five years, which exceeds the initial study.
Sports Business Journal
POSTED 02.15.2016
The FIRST and only motorsports stadium is ready for the iconic Daytona 500! Daytona Rising built a modern stadium, while maintaining the soul of the racetrack.
POSTED 02.16.2015
With the Daytona 500 on the horizon, Jim Renne discusses what fans will be experiencing at this year's event on the Fields of Green blog.
POSTED 01.22.2015
Beyond the Press Box is a regular feature profiling the folks who color outside the lines of sport. Architect Matt Taylor designs college and pro sports facilities for ROSSETTI, a Detroit-based architecture firm whose portfolio includes college and pro sports stadiums, airports and museums. Taylor is the mind behind Notre Dame’s Compton Family Ice Arena, Daytona International Speedway’s new grandstand, high-rise residential work and football stadia. The Detroit resident was educated in the city and lives nearby with his wife and two sons. 
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