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Tropicana Field Renovation Plans Feature Walkway Around Lower Bowl, Standing Areas
Published December 4, 2013
IN DA CLUB: In Ft. Worth, Monica Nagy reports Arlington City Council members last night approved a proposal for $4M in upgrades at Rangers Ballpark, including "renovations to its Diamond Club, and seating, lighting and escalators." Remodeling is slated for completion by the March 31 season opener. The Rangers "will provide funding, project management, design and planning services." The entities involved in the project include the MLB team, the Arlington Convention Center Development Corp., Manhattan Construction, Metroplex Sportservices, American Seating, Sports Venue Signs and KONE (FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, 12/4).