Madison Square Garden is currently undergoing a massive $1 billion renovation that is expected to be completed sometime this fall. But according to a new report, the Knicks and the Rangers might not get to enjoy that renovation for very long. That's because the Garden—which has been located in four different places since it first opened back in 1879—is likely going to be on the move yet again in 10 years.
The New York City Council just voted to extend a special operating license that MSG has for another ten years. But after that extension expires, MSG will likely need to move to a different part of NYC to accommodate plans to renovate Penn Station, which is currently located underneath the Garden. There is, of course, a chance that the Council could offer MSG another extension sometime over the course of the next decade. But if they don't, the Garden will need to find a new place to live. How weird would that be?
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[via SB Nation]