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Architectural Digest
POSTED 07.22.2016
The $150 million addition can close in less than ten minutes, making weather delays a thing of the past
Curbed New York
POSTED 06.29.2016
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) is putting the finishing touches on the new Grandstand Stadium in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. As part of a 10-year, $550 million revamp, dubbed the "Sports Spectacle Vision Plan," of the entire 46-acre campus, the stadium has been relocated to the campus's southwest corner to "alleviate circulation issues and to establish a more even distribution of people and venues throughout the campus," according to a press release.
POSTED 06.06.2016
Led by ROSSETTI, the USTA’s ten-­‐year transformation of its historic 46-­‐acre campus in New York City advances towards its final completion for the 2018 US Open. This year significant milestones will be celebrated including the completion of the $150 million retractable roof over Arthur Ashe Stadium, a new 8,125-­‐seat Grandstand Stadium, and improvements to the public realm. Press tours and specials events involving the USTA’s board and ROSSETTI’s CEO/President Matt Rossetti are scheduled this Summer.
POSTED 05.19.2016
The worlds first Motorsports stadium, the Daytona International Speedway wins the 2016 Sports Facility of the Year. Former track President Joie Chitwood III accepted the award in New York Wednesday at the Sports Business Journal's Annual Sports Business Awards.
POSTED 04.18.2016
ROSSETTI has won several studies and sports projects in South Korea which are all in the beginning design phases. Sunghoon Jung, ROSSETTI Associate and an expert on Korean Sports Architecture, is leading ROSSETTI’s Korean projects from ROSSETTI's Detroit headquarters. Sung has been published in many Korean publications and has written two books on Korean Sports. His latest book, Deciphering the Twelve Codes of Korean Football was recently published.