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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...
While it looked like the Hawks were going to leave downtown for a suburban arena over a year ago, a downtown site is "still in the game, with many observers predicting it will beat out its chief rival
New Jersey Assemblyman Joseph Roberts and Assistant State Senate Minority Leader Richard J. Codey have called for public hearings on NJ Sports and Exposition Authority''s tentative agreement to "sweet
"It''s a done deal; it is flat done," declared Lightning Governor David LeFevre about the deal to have a downtown arena built in Tampa, according to Tom McEwen in the TAMPA TRIBUNE. McEwen writes the
The Bears have added Aurora, a Chicago suburb, "to the list of potential sites for a new football stadium," according to Mike Mulligan of the CHICAGO SUN TIMES. The team as secured an option to buy a
In Cincinnati, 418 people responded to a CINCINNATI ENQUIRER survey asking fans to name the proposed baseball and football stadiums. ESPN''s Dan Patrick: "''Dumb and Dumber'' was a favorite, so were '
Walt Disney Co.''s interest in developing property on Boston''s waterfront was "met with more questions than enthusiasm," according to the BOSTON GLOBE. Boston Mayor Tom Menino: "One of the things Bos
The Chair of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority hopes to sell the naming rights to the Byrne Arena in the Meadowlands before hosting the NCAA Final Four college basketball tournament this
"Orlando taxpayers would lose nearly $1 million if Shaquille O''Neal, Penny Hardaway, and the rest of the NBA take the season off because of labor troubles," according to Dan Tracy in today''s ORLANDO
An editorial in today''s WASHINGTON POST calls for the Senate to pass a bill authorizing the District to use its own taxes in the effort to build a new arena in downtown Washington. The House unanimou
Walt Disney Co. is looking at Boston''s waterfront as a possible location for a new entertainment complex, according to Meg Vaillancourt in the BOSTON GLOBE. Stephen Tocco, Exec Dir of the MA Port Aut