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Don Muret

Don Muret covers facilities for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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HOK-360 connection strong even before the deal closes

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 01 / 19 / 15

H OK had been so busy working with 360 Architecture on sports projects that it hadn’t had time to close the deal to buy the firm. That ended last week, when the purchase became official. The deal was first announced in August, and at th...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Pending vote doesn’t faze Giants

The San Francisco Giants say their $1.6 billion mixed-use project planned for a parking lot adjacent to AT&T Park remains on track despite a required public vote. The Mission Rock development, spearheaded by the Giants, is a 27-acre plan covering retail, residential units and office space. As ...

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10/13/14
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10/08/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Upgrades At TD Garden Being Showcased

Delaware North has scheduled a short media tour this afternoon to showcase the first phase of a $70M renovation of TD Garden. The upgrades cover a revamped Legends Club, a new team store, eight new concession stands, a redesigned concourse on the arena’s fourth level and tech upgrades. Delawar ...

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10/08/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Legends To Market Senators Seats

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10/06/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Sacramento plans ‘extroverted’ arena

At Sixth and L streets in downtown Sacramento, residents recently set up lawn chairs on their lunch hours to watch demolition crews level an empty shopping mall. The attraction isn’t what used to be there, but what’s coming next: the Kings’ $477 million arena. “It’s ...

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10/06/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Quakes learn from former home fields

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10/06/14
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09/29/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Ovations signs with Earthquakes

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09/29/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Lights get thumbs up

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