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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.
POSTED 03.19.2018
In 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, played host city to the Summer Olympics. The total bill for the two-week spectacle – according to an analysis by the Associated Press – amounted to $13.1 billion, with the cost for sports-related venues making up just over $2 billion.
Venues Now
POSTED 02.16.2018
The new Louis Armstrong Stadium converts the site of the old facility into one of the Grand Slam tournaments' most intimate large tennis venues, topped by a retractable roof to keep spectators dry, says Jon Disbrow, ROSSETTI's lead architect for the project.
POSTED 02.12.2018
Autosports are speeding into the 21st century without glancing in the rearview mirror. DAYTONA Rising was a $400-million project that overhauled the approach of ‘what a race experience could be’ at the Daytona International Speedway.