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SEATTLE BALLPARK GROUP GETS STADIUM PLANS IN GEAR
Published December 19, 1995
The Mariners hope to have a new stadium built in time for the '99 season, according to the SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. Officials of the Public Facilities District overseeing construction of the new ballpark plan to choose a site, an architect and a construction firm simultaneously --and as soon as possible. The District plans to consult with experts involved with stadiums in Baltimore, Cleveland, and Denver. K.C.-based HOK, lead architect at Camden Yards and Coors Field, announced yesterday it has formed a partnership with two Seattle firms to prepare a bidding. A final decision is expected by August '96 (Angelo Bruscas, SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER, 12/19).