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O'S OBJECT TO ADJACENT CAMDEN ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEX
Published November 17, 1997
The Orioles "are considering going to court to stop" a state proposed "urban entertainment complex" adjacent to Camden Yards, according to Paul Valentine of the WASHINGTON POST. The MD Stadium Authority has proposed a privately developed 200,000-300,000-square-foot project on MD-owned land, with shops, restaurants and sports-themed entertainment. But the Orioles feel the "project would create unfair competition for team sales of tickets, food and baseball novelties" (WASHINGTON POST, 11/15).