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Heartland Real Estate Business
POSTED 02.20.2020
With advantages in time, cost and quality, the building method is here to stay. In St. Louis, Midas Hospitality LLC is developing a 153-room Elementby Westin hotel with SurePods, a provider of prefabricated bathrooms. The project is a good example of modular construction, a process in which entire units or portions of units are constructed at a facility offsite and then transported and put into place at the construction site.
Sports Business Journal
POSTED 02.10.2020
Before the Auburn Hills landmark is demolished, the team behind the project shares the learn-as-they-go approach to developing a building that revolutionized arenas. Doubters were still plentiful as employees posed for a photo outside the Palace after its opening in 1988. Photo: COURTESY OF THE DETROIT PISTONS, TOM WILSON AND ROSSETTI
ALSD
POSTED 02.07.2020
The home of the Cleveland Cavaliers is newly transformed, both in name and in 150,000 square feet of new premium experiences, bringing fans at all ticket levels closer to their team, their city, and to each other. Everyone wants to feel special. But not everyone wants luxury. It’s a balance that relies on “curating a range of experiences from uber lux to tiny lux,” according to Matt Rossetti, President of ROSSETTI.
POSTED 01.13.2020
You’ve spent years thinking about your building or renovation project. You’ve mulled over a thousand details, and you’re feeling the pressure. Take it from someone who’s led hundreds of workshops; there’s a proven method that consistently gets projects off to a great start. You may be wondering if I know of a better way to plan or design. While those things are important, what I’m talking about is a pause for deep introspection.
Stadia Magazine
POSTED 01.09.2020
"Instead of stand-alone, highly-controlled buildings, sports venues will become contextual to their surroundings and fully integrate into communities" Matt Rossetti, president, Rossetti