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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...
Ft. Lauderdale''s bid for a hockey arena is reportedly still $20-40M "short of what''s needed" to get the $165 project built, according to today''s MIAMI HERALD. Broward County Finance Dir Phil Allen
Seattle''s renovated KeyArena was open for media inspection yesterday, with its debut Thursday night. Bill Knight compares to other new facilities like GM Place in Vancouver and the Rose Garden in Por
Negotiations for a new Redskins stadium in MD "came to a standstill" this weekend over a dispute between team and county officials over the division of the costs of public improvements around the prop
Planners of the Brewers new ballpark say construction will be done under an "absolute cost cap," according to the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The construction cap is $250M, while the limit for site wo
In Tampa, a study conducted by TSA Stadium Ops Dir Mickey Farrell showed annual costs to keep a new stadium running about $7M a year -- more than double what is being paid at Tampa Stadium (TAMPA TRIB
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley said yesterday he wants the state to help renovate Soldier Field "to improve transportation, reduce Park District debt or sweeten the deal for the bears," but IL Gov. Jim E
Milwaukee County Exec F. Thomas Ament denied yesterday that spending for a new Brewers stadium "will come at the expense of ''human needs,''" according Craig Gilbert of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL.
Milwaukee was the center of the sports venue world last week, and not because of the significant victory for the Brewers'' towards getting a new stadium. Co-sponsored by Marquette Law School and Deloi
The Red Sox plan to meet with key policy members to "revive" their proposed ballpark along Fort Point Channel in South Boston. Team Exec VP John Buckley said they remain "puzzled and disappointed" tha
The Oakland Coliseum board gave its approval yesterday to an agreement "shifting power over major financial decisions to city and county appointees." The board voted unanimously in favor of a 10-year