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Boston Garden
Former location 150 Causeway Street
Boston, Massachusetts
Arena information
Broke ground 1927
Opened 1928
Closed 1995
Demolished 1998
Owner Boston and Maine Corporation
(1928–1965)
Linnell & Cox
(1965–1973)
Storer Broadcasting
(1973–1975)
Delaware North
(1975–1997)
Operator Boston and Maine Corporation
(1928–1965)
Linnell & Cox
(1965–1973)
Storer Broadcasting
(1973–1975)
Delaware North
(1975–1997)
Construction cost $4 million
Capacity 14,890
Tenants
Boston Celtics (NBA) (1946-1995)

Boston Garden was an indoor sports arena in Boston, Massachusetts . The arena served as home to the Boston Celtics from 1946-1995. It was demolished in 1998 to make way for the TD Banknorth Garden. It hosted the first NBA All-Star Game and the NBA Finals 29 times, it was also homecourt to legends such as Larry Bird, Bill Walton and Bob Cousy.

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