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Chargers Adviser Maas Reiterates No Decision Coming On Relocation Until After SeasonPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 07 / 16
Chargers Special Adviser Fred Maas on Monday in a meeting with San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer reiterated that the team "won't be making any decisions about a possible move" to L.A. until after the season ends on Jan. 1, according to David Garrick of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. Faulconer on Mo...
The Spurs unveiled plans Wednesday for a $150M arena in the "abandoned Longhorn Quarry that could be open for games by 2001," according to Poling & Anderson of the SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS. Spurs Chai
The Spurs "are willing" to pay $20M to $40M to help build a new arena "touted by local developers," according to Christopher Anderson of the SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS. City Councilmember Jeff Webster,
The final figures are not complete, but "it appears the Ravens'' stadium will end up costing" $223M, putting the cost of Baltimore''s two-stadium complex at more than $500M, according to Jon Morgan of
A parcel of Fenway land "coveted" by the Red Sox for their ballpark plans is being "bought by a prominent Boston- based shopping center developer, who says he has no interest in building a ballpark,"
CT-based concessionaire Fine Host Corp. has spent much of ''98 "contending with financial adversity amid allegations it misstated millions of dollars in losses as profits for more than three years," a
Pittsburgh city officials and Allegheny County execs said it is "too late to revise" Plan B and build a new arena for the Penguins, according to Tom Barnes of the PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE. Mayor Tom Mu
The "Babies First" proposal in Denver, which suggests that use of the sales tax targeted for a new Broncos stadium be used for educating infants, "failed" on a 6-6 vote Monday. But City Councilmember
Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner, a Tampa resident, is one of the 168 luxury box owners at the Bucs'' new Raymond James Stadium (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 8/9)....The San Diego City Council voted to put the p
The Ravens opened their new stadium with a 19-14 exhibition win over the Bears in front of 65,938 fans on Saturday night (WASHINGTON POST, 8/9). In Baltimore, the SUN''s architecture critic Edward Gun
MN Gov. Arne Carlson named a 12-member task force to study the stadium needs of pro sports teams and the Univ. of MN, according to Robert Whereatt of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. The Sports Facility