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HOK ARCHITECTS GIVE PLAN TO IMPROVE YANKEE STADIUM
Published December 5, 1994
The plan to renovate Yankee Stadium may "crystallize as early as this week with the expected release of a design for the ballpark." Officials say the new look will "incorporate old- fashioned touches reminiscent of the original stadium." Architects HOK of Kansas City gave their report to the city last week, and city leaders will present it to Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and Governor-elect George Pataki first, and then the Yankees. Estimates for the renovation have started at $250 million (Richard Sandomir, N.Y. TIMES, 12/4).