roperties Magazine recently did a piece for the month of November on the makeover and grand opening of the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio. ROSSETTI’s own Kelly Deines was interviewed by Properties to discuss the work he and his team performed on the premium clubs + suites. Kelly says “the fun of working on sports hospitality projects is to choreograph a series of hospitality spaces…with clear distinctions from one club space to another”. For more, be sure to take a moment and click to page 22 to read the full interview at the link below.
Critical Mass for Business
Matt Rossetti was recently on the the Critical Mass for Business Radio Show where he discusses designing experiences that enrich people's lives by providing fresh and inventive context. You can listen to the whole interview from Critical Mass at the link below. Critical Mass for Business: https://bit.ly/2nVO73Q
Last season, the Cleveland Cavaliers had the pleasure of playing in the second-largest arena in the NBA, with an overall capacity of 20,562. But, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, then known as Quicken Loans Arena, was also the fourth-oldest and was ready for renovations to bring the facility to beyond modern NBA standards. But, when the time came to finally begin the arena’s overhaul, the Cavaliers organization did not forget what matters the most: its fans.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Few things in sports have evolved like locker rooms. Decades ago, wooden benches lined often dank basements with exposed pipes. Things have changed. The renovations that Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse didn't spare an inch, and that includes the Cavs' locker room, which is now three times bigger.
Green Lantern Pizza is preparing to serve up its seventh location this fall while owners cook up a brand refresh and plans to franchise the popular pizza place. The new restaurant and bar is pegged for Berkley in the former space of Sila Italian Dining & Pizza, which closed at the end of 2017. Green Lantern will open in the 5,200-square-foot space off 12 Mile Road by early October, hopefully, but "definitely by the end of the year," said co-owner John Spreitzer.