New York City has the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden, and now it also has the world’s newest arena.
Even though it doesn’t open until September 28, Ratner feels it’s already a success. Events are booked for more than 200 nights.
The Barclays Center under construction at Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn will become the home of the NBA’s Nets, and the fans will need somewhere to park their cars.
The confirmed preseason NHL game next season at the Barclays Center is part of a larger initiative to get the Islanders and owner Charles Wang to consider permanent relocation to Brooklyn, WFAN.com has learned.
The Islanders playing a preseason game in Brooklyn next season has created a stir, but don’t expect it to blossom into something long term. There seems to be simply too many roadblocks ahead preventing a permanent relocation.
It’s rarely easy finding a spot in New York City, but now a new proposal could make your life a lot less stressful. City residents may soon be given neighborhood parking permits.
Jay-Z and the Nets are in a Brooklyn state of mind. But not everyone was impressed with the team’s media blitz tip off.
One YouTube user however has gone to dramatic new lengths to document the trouble in the park. He created a horror movie-like video depicting the vivacious vermin vectoring voraciously.
The Forest City Ratner company has decided to give out hundreds of rat-proof trash cans to a small part of the neighborhood in an effort to combat the problem.
A judge ruled Wednesday that the Empire State Development Corp. erred in granting approval to developer Bruce Ratner’s basketball arena and housing project by not first conducting a thorough environmental review.
Neighbors of developer Bruce Ratner’s Atlantic Yards construction site said cat-sized rodents are invading the streets.
An arena is growing in the County of Kings. The Barclays Center is the biggest piece of the Atlantic Yards complex and is under construction right now in Brooklyn. And yes, we have the pictures to prove it.
Sixteen workers on various projects have died since 2008 due to improper harnessing says Deputy Buildings Commissioner Eugene Corcoran.
Right now, they are the New Jersey Nets. That is set to change for the 2012-2013 NBA season.