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San Diego Group Proposes Building $200M MLS Venue On Site Of Qualcomm StadiumPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 24 / 17
A $200M soccer stadium as part of a $1B redevelopment of the Qualcomm Stadium property in the Mission Valley area of San Diego was proposed yesterday with a "citizens ballot initiative drive as the vehicle to bring it about," according to a front-page piece by Roger Showley of the SAN DIEGO UNION-T...
Padres Owner John Moores on Friday announced details of the club''s "fan protection plan" to keep MLB "affordable for the average family," according to Gerry Braun of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. The
K.C.-based HOK Sports was selected to design the Steelers new $230M stadium. A site will be decided upon "sometime this week" (PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE, 9/28). ...Since Italy beat the U.S. in the Davis
First & Goal, parent company of the Seahawks, "inked a stadium lease" with the Public Stadium Authority (PSA), according to Brier Dudley of the SEATTLE TIMES. Team Owner Paul Allen will pay $850,000 a
Bronx, NY, Borough President Fernando Ferrer "plans to offer a proposal today to renovate Yankee Stadium, install 120 luxury boxes, ease traffic congestion and redevelop the neighborhood with a waterf
In Edmonton, Skyreach Equipment Ltd. Owner Barry Weaver, whose company acquired the naming rights to the Edmonton Coliseum, now Skyreach Centre, "predicts" his company''s sales will "at least double o
The Coyotes'' future in downtown Phoenix "is growing less certain" because a $20M proposal to renovate America West Arena to make it more suitable for hockey "probably won''t work," according to Kent
The NHL Oilers have sold Edmonton Coliseum''s naming rights for to Skyreach Equipment Ltd., whose president, Barry Weaver, is a member of the team''s 31-member ownership group, according to Dan Barnes
Reds Managing Exec John Allen, on the upcoming referendum on the site for the team''s proposed new ballpark: "We feel as a tenant we should have some say on where we''re going to locate our business.
Harris County Commissioners Court members "have tentatively approved a split of certain revenues" once a new football stadium is built, according to John Williams of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. The decisio
The development and construction of the Staples Center in L.A. is profiled by Stacy Kravetz of the WALL STREET JOURNAL''s "Property Report." The $350M project is "showing a tangible sign of new life,"