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Four Firms Submit Bids To Manage Construction Of New Braves Ballpark Site
Published May 9, 2014
TALK ABOUT TED: In Atlanta, Leslie & Trubey cite a source as saying that a "prominent West Coast office and industrial developer, a Middle Eastern investment fund tied to gambling and a Nevada company have each expressed strong interest in buying the Turner Field site" after the Braves leave. It is "not clear what their respective plans are for the site, but details about the other groups circling Turner Field emerged" a day after Georgia State and a development team outlined an "ambitious" $300M vision for the area (ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION, 5/9).