Boston Celtics’ TD Garden to be given $100m revamp

TD Garden, the home of the NBA Boston Celtics and NHL Boston Bruins, will be given a $100m (€88m) revamp by owner-operator Delaware North, it was announced on Friday.

The work will take two years to complete and represents the biggest overhaul of the stadium in its 23-year history.

Starting this season, the TD Garden will be getting a new atrium entrance, the North Station garage is expanding and a new underground pedestrian tunnel will connect the North Station MBTA subway stop and the Commuter Rail to shield fans from inclement weather in the winter.

A new ‘Boston Garden Society’ will allow its members to bypass crowds and head straight to exclusive amenities. Renovations from next season will include the expansion of fan concourses and new locker rooms for home and away teams.

“The Jacobs family’s expansion investment will further the goals to redefine the fan experience and cement the arena’s reputation as an innovator and industry leader,” said Amy Latimer, president of TD Garden. “The ‘Legendary Transformation’ will bring new entry experiences, expanded concourses and gathering areas, new clubs, enhanced food and beverage offerings, and new team locker rooms.”