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RAVENS COULD ADD A LITTLE GREEN TO "RUN-OF- THE-MILL" STADIUM
Published June 14, 1996
The American Institute of Architects is reviving a 1990 plan that would create "a large, park-like setting" for the new Ravens stadium, which has been criticized by many as "run-of-the-mill," according to Marcia Myers of the Baltimore SUN. The design is described as a "coastal park" and aims to create an environment "smoothly connecting" the stadium to an urban neighborhood. Ravens spokesperson Kevin Byrne said the team "would welcome any suggestions that would help the area" but is concerned about building "in a timely fashion" (Baltimore SUN, 6/14).