A Tour Of The Renovated Madison Square Garden (Photos)

A Tour Of The Renovated Madison Square Garden (Photos)In 2013, a three-year renovation of Madison Square Garden was officially completed. The much-needed makeover provided a $1 billion updating to the now 48-year-old New York City icon. The current Madison Square Garden edifice represents the fourth manifestation of the Garden, with the first structure built all the way back in 1879.

Below are a series of iFolloSports.com original photos chronicling the new and very modern look of “The World’s Most Famous Arena.”

The new and improved box office, just behind the Garden’s main entrance off 7th Ave., between 33rd and 31st Streets.

Madison Square Garden Box Office

The wider and easier to navigate concourses, which include a wide array of New York centric food and drink options.

Madison Square Garden Concourses

The re-configured seating bowl, with a more standard two-deck, split by luxury suites design. 

Madison Square Garden Seating Bowl

Madison Square Garden Seating Bowl

One of the two Chase Bridges, which suspend high atop the Garden, the length of the north and south sections of the building.

Madison Square Garden Chase Bridges

The Rangers and Knicks share the same locker room entrance, with the NHL facilities set on the left side of the space (second photo).The NBA area is off to the right.

Madison Square Garden Home Locker Rooms

Madison Square Garden Home Locker Rooms

Rangers dressing room

Madison Square Garden Rangers Dressing Room

Knicks locker room

Madison Square Garden Knicks Dressing Room

The exclusive Delta Sky360° Club, on the event level, just off the tunnel that leads to the home locker rooms. 

Madison Square Garden Delta Sky360° Club