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Robert Kraft Wants To Build New Revolution Stadium In Boston, Though Talks Still Far ApartPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 21 / 16
Revolution Owner Robert Kraft is "still angling to build a soccer stadium on the site of the former Bayside Expo Center," though he, the city of Boston and UMass "do not appear close to an agreement," according to Shirley Leung of the BOSTON GLOBE. The Kraft family has been "engaged in regular ...
NY State Supreme Court Justice Douglas McKeon''s decision yesterday to put the future of Yankee Stadium on the November ballot was immediately appealed by the city, according to Fitz-Gibbon & Lombardi
With less than a month before Hamilton County votes on a new ballpark, the Reds "unveiled a vision Wednesday of what a new riverfront ballpark could look like," according to Lucy May of the CINCINNATI
N.Y. Supreme Court Justice Douglas McKeon "is expected to issue a stunning ruling this morning -- to let the voters decide the future of Yankee Stadium," according to Juan Gonzalez of the N.Y. DAILY N
The WALL STREET JOURNAL profiles developer Jerry Carroll and his $152M KY Speedway under construction in Sparta, KY. He and his partners, which include Outback Steakhouse President Chris Sullivan, and
The Islanders "withdrew from negotiations with Nassau County over the construction of a new coliseum and referred all matters concerning the team''s future on Long Island" to NHL Commissioner Gary Bet
Bears President Michael McCaskey said he "would rather remain in Chicago in a new stadium built with public and private money than move to a privately financed stadium in suburban Elk Grove Village,"
In Atlanta, federal safety officials will investigate why a 38,000-pound concrete beam broke loose Friday, killing two ironworkers at the new Atlanta arena (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 10/4)....During the 5
A $21M financing gap for Houston''s new football stadium will have to be closed by the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority "without the help" of business exec Bob McNair and the Houston Livestock S
As Bronx Borough President Fernando Ferrer offered a new plan to keep the Yankees in the Bronx, team Owner George Steinbrenner said that talks have been taking place with NJ officials, according to Ka
The Coyotes "have agreed to skate out of America West Arena if a proposed" $600M redevelopment project in south Scottsdale gets local approval, according to Somers, Fiscus & Haussler of the ARIZONA RE