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MLIVE
POSTED 12.14.2018
Take a step from downtown Ann Arbor back to 1950's Detroit in new Jim Brady's Restaurant The new Jim Brady's restaurant at 209 S. Main St., pays homage to the original Diamond Jim Brady's, which opened in 1954 on Seven Mile Road in Detroit.
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.
Forbes
POSTED 08.24.2018
Mark Murphy is perched nearly 50 feet above the Titletown District he was instrumental in creating. And while the Green Bay Packers’ president and CEO doesn’t stick out his chest, he most certainly could. The full-sized football field and 40-yard dash area are both bustling. There’s a bevy of activity on the playgrounds, which are designed for a variety of age groups.
Sports Illustrated
POSTED 08.24.2018
On the latest edition of the Beyond the Baseline Podcast, Matt Rossetti discusses the overall design process and vision for the new, Louis Armstrong Stadium, which will feature a retractable roof, seating for about 41,000 spectators, a special natural ventilation system and more. Rossetti also discusses the noise issue that came up during the first year of the Arthur Ashe roof and how he sought out feedback from top players such as Venus and Serena Williams to make sure the environment was suitable for the players on court. 
Pollstar
POSTED 05.29.2018
Sports gambling destinations are coming to arenas and stadiums, according to officials with Detroit architecture firm ROSSETTI, which has done work for both casinos and sports venues in the Motor City.   “We’ve been asked already by several clients to look at some really cool club areas that could have gaming going on at the same time as watching the event,” ROSSETTI President Matt Rossetti said.  
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