BOSTON (WHDH) -
Delaware North Companies, the owner and operator of TD Garden and Sportservice, announced a $70 million renovation project that is currently underway.
Plans include a complete overhaul of the fourth and seventh levels of the arena and will support high-density WiFi, redesigned hospitality zones and updated concession stands. 25 new food and beverage carts, two new marketplaces and more than 12,000 square feet of reconfigured common space are being built into the design.
There will also be a new ProShop on the second level, a renovation of Legends Club, the high-end restaurant for season ticket holders and upgraded infrastructure.
In total, the project is going to take approximately two years. The fourth level concourse, half of the beverage and food stands and the Legends Club are expected to be complete by the beginning of the season. The ProShop is expected to be done by the end of 2014 and the seventh level makeover is slated for a summer 2015 opening.
"We are working tirelessly through the summer months to ensure that our fans will experience the industry leading hospitality that they deserve when they arrive at the TD Garden to support the Bruins and Celtics, and all our events next season," said Charlie Jacobs, Principal Delaware North Companies and Boston Bruins.
View the photo gallery above to see more photos representing the finished TD Garden.