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Also known as the Boston Garden or just as The Garden, TD Garden is a renowned arena located in Boston, Massachusetts. The multi-purpose arena was named after TD Bank, its sponsor. The arena officially opened its doors as TD Garden in 1995 and came to be referred to as TD Banknorth Garden and FleetCenter. It was opened to replace the previous arena: The Boston Garden. It is situated right above the Massachusetts Bay Transport Authority’s North Station.  The recent explosion in development has brought a new entertainment venue to the Garden.  Big Night Live is a place for live music and nightlife in Boston.

Delaware North owns the arena that serves as home to the National Hockey League’s Boston Bruins as well as the Boston Celtics, a team in the National Basketball Association. TD Garden hosts the annual tournament of the Beanpot College Hockey. It is also the site of the Hockey East Championships, an event that is held at the venue annually.  Several major national sporting tournaments have been hosted at the venue over the course of its operation. Some of the notable sporting events that have been hosted at the arena include the NCAA Division I Basketball regionals, Elite Eight, Sweet Sixteen and the Frozen Four among others.

Plans to build an arena at the spot started in the late ‘70s, when the Bruins were in search of an arena. At that time, The Boston Garden was fast approaching its 50s and the Jacobs Family, the then owners of the venue were interested in erecting a 17,000-seat arena. There were unsuccessful plans to move the team Salem in New Hampshire. They continued their stay at The Boston Garden after their relocation plans failed.

Raymond Flynn and the Boston Redevelopment Authority granted Delaware North, owner of the Boston Garden rights to build a new arena in 1985. The project was however delayed by the poor economic times faced during the time. Delaware North announced on the 8th of May, 1992 that it had received funding for the arena’s construction. The funding was secured in the form of loans totaling $120 million and was split evenly between Shawmut National Corporation, Bank of Boston and Fleet Bank of Massachusetts. The construction of the arena was further delayed by challenges posed by the Massachusetts Senate. This dragged on until February 26th, 1993 when a bill allowing the construction was passed by the Legislature.

The construction of the arena was commenced officially on April 29, 1993. Its plans placed it a little to the north of the previous facility. Upon completion of the construction however, there was only 9” between the new venue and the old one. It covered an area of 3.2 acres and cost a sum of $160 million.

Location and Parking

TD Garden is located on 100 Legends Way Boston, MA. From the North, the easiest way to get to the venue is by taking the Interstate 93S and proceeding to Exit 26 or Cambridge or Leverett Circle. You should then head towards the North Station by following the signs and take the right turn to Nashua Street. Take the left turn at Lomasney Way.

From Logan Airport, leave the airport and follow through to Sumner Tunnel on your way to Boston. Stay on the right once you are out of the tunnel and take the Ramp - Storrow Dr/Cambridge. Head to North Station once on the ramp.

A number of convenient parking spaces are available around the arena. The 181 N Washington St – Valet and 60 Staniford St Garage are located a 4-minute walk away from the arena while the 41 Stillman St. – Lot and the Government Center Garage parking spaces are 7-minute walk away. Other convenient parking spots include Center Plaza Garage, 4 Emerson Pl – Garage, 2 Battery Wharf – Garage and 32 Tremont St (One Beacon St) – Valet.

Hotels and Restaurants Close By

Some of the notable hotels that are close to the TD Garden include Battery Wharf Hotel, Boston Waterfront, Kimpton Onyx Hotel as well as The Boxer Boston.

Real Estate Development Nearby

The region is home to some impressive real estate projects. It is a well-developed region with impeccable infrastructure. Goodrich Residential, Greater Metropolitan Real Estate, Prudential Prime Properties Boston Realty, Young Realty Boston, Janet Lamb Realtor and Real Estate Boston are some of the remarkable real estate developments available in the region.

Restaurants Near TD Garden

West End Johnnie’s is at the end of the Portland Street North Station neighborhood.  West End Johnnie’s offers a very warm, wholesome, and comforting menu of delicious choices.  Be sure to try the Lobster Corn Chowder, incredibly creative Truffle Fries, wings and the Reuben among other choices.  Great place to watch the Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins as well.

Restaurants Near TD Garden

There are several restaurants within a very quick walking distance of The Garden.  The entire TD Garden and North Station neighborhood is absolutely booming with new construction and development.  For visitors that may not know, the TD Garden sits essentially on top of North Station which is a very prominent T Stop within the MBTA infrastructure.  This section of the city is absolutely booming with new construction as people want to be near events and transportation.

West End Johnnie’s – ole West End Johnnie’s has been around forever, and it’s always a fan favorite before and after games and concerts. You’ll find excellent warm and comforting food with traditional Americana and otherwise.  It’s not crazy to see someone from the Celtics or Bruins show p or other Boston Sports personalities. 

Porter’s Bar & Grill – another pre and post game spot filled with great beer options, wine, and food.  Porters is loaded with great apps, salads, burgers, sandwiches, entrees, pizzas, and more.

Hurricane’s at the Garden – Live music Friday and Saturday nights from the best cover bands in the nation.  Great food and drinks before and after games and concerts.  Hurricane’s has it all. 

Boston Beer Works – Boston Beer Works is a local beer powerhouse with unlimited choices and options for that beer lover.  The food is also very tasty and there are plenty of options.  Like others on this list it is just steps from the Gahhhden!


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