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Chitwood: All Signs Point To Jan.12 Completion Date For $400M Daytona Rising ProjectPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 13 / 15
With less than 100 days until the Jan. 12 target date for completion of the Daytona Int'l Speedway renovation project, contractor Barton Malow "has enclosed the top of the Speedway's new signature tower in glass and assembled" 75% of the new 101,500 grandstand seats, according to a front-page piece...
The "fate of the 49ers stadium-mall proposal, and perhaps of the five-time Super Bowl champions themselves, finally will be decided today by San Francisco voters," according to Edward Epstein of the S
The Seahawks stadium campaign "marched out its biggest asset" yesterday as TV ads featuring Paul Allen began airing across WA last night, according to Ed Penhale of the SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. The
The St. Paul City Council, Civic Center Authority and Housing and Redevelopment Authority "easily approved financing plans Monday to replace the St. Paul Civic Center with a $130 million arena in an a
Indianapolis Mayor Stephen Goldsmith "faces at least" a $20M deficit in paying for a new arena for the Pacers, according to Kathleen Johnson of the INDIANAPOLIS STAR-NEWS. A vote on the sports tax dis
The day before San Franciscans vote on a new stadium, "the 49ers are counting on the wizardry of [Campaign Manager] Jack Davis to turn out voters who seldom bother to cast ballots," according to Susan
The Atlanta City Council approved the new downtown arena deal 14-0 yesterday after eliminating a proposal that "could have jeopardized" the $213M project, according to Henry Unger of the ATLANTA CONST
The Bengals signed a lease yesterday with Hamilton County that will keep the team in a new Cincinnati football stadium until 2026. Preliminary site work on the 67,000- seat stadium will start this fal
The 49ers, "in its latest move to win voter support in Tuesday''s election," said that about 5,000 tickets to 49ers games at the proposed Candlestick Point stadium "will be sold solely to San Francisc
In Tacoma, Brier Dudley reported that Mariners CEO John Ellis sent 9,000 letters to Mariners ticket holders, "urging them to vote" for a new Seahawks stadium. Ellis wrote in the May 19 letter: "To mai
NBA Commissioner David Stern "gave his strongest support yet" to Rockets Owner Leslie Alexander in the "ongoing battle over control of a new multipurpose arena," according to Eddie Sefko of the HOUSTO