Sunday, April 5, 2009

Madison Square Garden, Borgata Casino & Giants Stadium



Madison Square Garden

Madison Square is probably best known around the world for lending its name to Madison Square Garden, which was a sports arena located just northeast of the park until 1925. The current Madison Square Garden, the fourth such building, is not in the area. Notable buildings around Madison Square include the Flatiron Building, the Met Life Tower, and the New York Life Building. A new exclusive luxury high-rise condominium tower, "One Madison Park", will rival the Met Life Tower in height.

Madison Square can be reached using local service on the R, W, and N lines of the subway at the 23rd Street and 28th Street Stations. In addition, local stops on the 6 and F and V lines are one block away at Park Avenue and Sixth Avenue, respectively.

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Borgata Casino


Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa is a hotel, casino, and spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey owned by Marina District Development Corporation, LLC. The name means "little village" in Italian. The $1.1 billion casino hotel features 2,000 rooms at Renaissance Pointe. The Borgata has been seen as a catalyst for expansions by nearby casinos and reinvigorating the Atlantic City casino industry.

After igniting Atlantic City’s revival with its 2003 opening as the first new hotel property in 13 years, Borgata – a joint venture between Boyd Gaming and MGM MIRAGE – has experienced overwhelming popularity and near-capacity occupancy since its debut. The Borgata has been the top-grossing casino for all but one month since its debut in Atlantic City.

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Giants Stadium


Giants Stadium is a stadium located in East Rutherford, New Jersey in the Meadowlands Sports Complex. It primarily serves as the home stadium for the New York Giants and New York Jets American football teams of the NFL, and the Red Bull New York soccer team of MLS. Maximum seating capacity is 78,741[2], making it the second-largest NFL stadium behind FedEx Field. It is also the ninth-oldest stadium used by an NFL team. Giants Stadium will be closed and demolished in 2010 when the new Meadowlands Stadium opens.

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