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Pro Football HOF, Developer Reveal Design For Planned Hotel To Be Built On Canton GroundsPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 26 / 16
The Pro Football HOF and California-based Industrial Realty Group yesterday "released renderings" of the upscale hotel that will "be built on the grounds of the Canton landmark," according to Kevin Kleps of CRAIN'S CLEVELAND BUSINESS. The design -- created by Dallas-based HKS Architec...
Phoenix "likely will provide shuttle buses" for the Diamondbacks, but "won''t be footing the bill," according to Chris Fiscus of the ARIZONA REPUBLIC. Under a compromise reached Tuesday, corporate dol
A new Broncos stadium "could be called Mile High, would not have a retractable roof dome, and a fourth of the cost would be paid by team owner Pat Bowlen under a bill approved by a House committee Mon
Pirates Managing General Partner Kevin McClatchy "wowed a crowd of Pittsburgh notables" with his model of a new ballpark, "but shed little light on the team''s contribution" to its $203M cost, accordi
Southwest Charter Lines bus company wants to run the downtown shuttle bus system proposed for D''Backs games, "saying it can do a better job than the city and avoid sticking taxpayers with the bill,"
With the NHL Panthers moving to a new arena, there "might be a dozen nights" next season when the Heat and Panthers are playing on the same night, according to Barry Jackson of the MIAMI HERALD. It "w
Tigers Owner Mike Ilitch has chosen Sumitomo Bank to finance construction of his new baseball stadium, "after talks stalled with a group of local lenders," according to Doron Levin of the DETROIT FREE
NAME GAME: AD AGE''s Jeff Jensen reports that the naming rights segment of the sports business world "could exceed" $750M in new deals this year. Jensen reports that today, there are 42 deals, worth $
The Devil Rays "are unsure whether to allow outside food and drinks into the stadium," according to Nealy, Rogers & Hegarty of the ST. PETE TIMES. Policies have been set for tailgating (it''s prohibit
The Reform Party of Canada "pressed the federal government Thursday to complain under the Free Trade Agreement or to the World Trade Organization [WTO] about the subsidization of new arenas for NHL te
Colts Owner Jim Irsay said the Colts want to accelerate the construction of the 3,100 new club seats and arm-chair seating at the RCA Dome by a year, hoping to institute all new seating elements in ti