Take a look at these "never-before-seen" photos of the centerpiece to the newly renovated Madison Square Garden. These two revolutionary glass-walled seating bridges will hold 430 seats, each going for $110 to $210, but the platforms themselves can hold up to 900 people. There will also be walkways behind the seats for fans to walk along.
“[People] will be on top of the action as well as very close to it. There is nothing like this in the world,” said architect Murray Beynon, who headed the three-year project.
“It gets people right out there. These are the most unique seats in a sports arena anywhere in the world.”It reopens on Oct. 25 for a Knicks preseason game.