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RAPTORS' ARENA LAND DEAL COULD BE IN TROUBLE
Published February 8, 1995
The Raptors are in "delicate" negotiations with Marathon Realty over a parcel of land for their new 22,500-seat arena previously slated toward an open space and a community service building. The Raptors now are trying to determine where that building and open space, required by the city, will be relocated. Until the issue is resolved, the deal to buy the land from Canada Post, "is in limbo." (Doug Smith, CP/Toronto GLOBE & MAIL).