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Credit: Rebecca Taylor/MSG Photos The Chase Bridges are unique to Madison Square Garden and are suspended from the arena's ceiling, providing fans in those seats with some of the most distinctive views of any arena in the world.
Credit: MSG Photos The original Madison Square Garden opened in 1879 near Madison Square Park and had a seating capacity of 10,000. That was followed by a second iteration in 1890, which was rocked by scandal when the architect who built it, Stanford White, was murdered in its rooftop restaurant over his affair with married actress Evelyn Nesbit.
The third, the first to move away from Madison Square Park, was built in just 249 days in 1925 on Eighth Avenue between 49th and 50th Streets.
The fourth, the Garden we know today, opened on Feb.
11, 1968 but completed three years of top-to-bottom renovations in 2013.