Sporting Venues

Madison Square Garden:This indoor arena located in Midtown Manhattan atop Pittsburg Station, facilitates sporting and entertainment events of all sorts including basketball, ice hockey, concerts and even circuses.

Chelsea Piers:Known for their original purpose in the early 1900s as a passenger ship terminal and infamous destination of the Titanic, Chelsea Piers have undergone a complete transformation and are now lined with fresh granite facades that are home to sports clubs as well as film and television production studios.

PNC Bank Arts Center: (Brooklyn) This modern amphitheater presents an average of 40 concerts of various music styles each year during their season from May through September and has been ranked among the top 5 most successful amphitheaters in the country.

Yankee Stadium:(Bronx) The famous home of Major League Baseball’s New York Yankees, this elite stadium is situated on a 24-acre park/complex in the Bronx.

Mets Stadium:(Flushing) Now known as Citi Field, the Mets Stadium is a top baseball stadium located in Flushing; home to MLB’s New York Mets, and built as a replacement for the former Shea Stadium.