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A $400M deal to "reshape the east end of downtown Minneapolis is plowing ahead at City Hall, but controversial rooftop signs are proving to be a major last-minute hurdle," according to Eric Roper of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. City officials on Thursday unveiled more details about the plan "shapin...
Through noon yesterday, 28,515 applications for the Bucs'' Charter Seat Program had been processed, according to the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. The number is still "far" from the goal of 50,000, but the St
The Devils yesterday signed a 12-year lease agreement with the NJSEA to keep the team at the Meadowlands, according to the N.Y. TIMES. The lease includes an escape clause that would let the team move
The Broncos and city of Denver are hoping to submit a proposal to the Denver City Council by the end of the year that would help finance a new stadium for the team, partly through the extension of a s
MD Gov. Parris Glendenning has "tentatively" agreed the state will pay for on-site improvements to the proposed site for a new Redskins stadium, according to the WASHINGTON POST. Prince George''s Coun
The Bears and city are "nowhere near agreement" on the Soldier Field renovation plan, as the team continues to work with consultants who are analyzing the $156M plan. But Fran Spielman reports in toda
Tampa Mayor Dick Greco said Monday he is trying to gain support from local restaurant owners for a tax on meals to help pay for a new stadium for the Bucs, according to the TAMPA TRIBUNE. A 1% tax on
Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell on Monday proposed a citywide car rental tax to help finance a new $200M downtown arena for the Hawks, according to the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. The 3% tax would be applied to
Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke said yesterday the Browns moving to Baltimore will not affect his plan to build a stadium in MD''s Prince George''s County, according to the WASHINGTON POST. Cooke also
Heat officials yesterday met for nearly an hour with Broward County officials to discuss the possibility of sharing a Broward County arena with the Panthers, according to the Ft. Lauderdale SUN SENTIN
The Browns'' apparent plans to move to Baltimore would kill Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke''s plans to build a new stadium in Prince George''s County, MD, according to Brian Blomquist in this morning'