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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 31 / 14

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BALTIMORE STADIUM NOT GETTING RAVE REVIEWS

Though the new Ravens stadium will be just a half mile south of Oriole Park, Edward Gunts of the Baltimore SUN reports that early sketches "have more than a few design experts warning" that it could b

Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Facilities

06/03/96
LIONS AND TIGERS ROAMING THE CITY?

Oakland County, MI, officials believe Lions execs have been meeting with Detroit officials moving the team from Pontiac to a stadium in the city where both the Lions and Tigers would play (DETROIT NEW

Tags: Detroit Lions, Detroit Tigers, Facilities, General Motors

06/03/96
NEW TURF, OTHER TOUCH-UPS FOR EMMITT AND THE 'BOYS

Texas Stadium is being fitted with a fresh artificial surface and 21 new luxury suites behind both end zones, according to the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Completion of the suites marks the end of an expansi

Tags: Facilities

06/03/96
IS MOULTER'S TIME FLEETING AT NEW BOSTON GARDEN?

Sources say Larry Moulter, Chair of the New Boston Garden Corp., will leave his post as head of the FleetCenter to take a 25% stake at Bob Woolf Associates Inc. While Moulter told the BOSTON HERALD la

Tags: Facilities

06/03/96
POLL SHOWS TOUGH SLEDDING FOR TAMPA STADIUM TAX

A survey of 500 registered voters in Hillsborough County showed that a plan to build a new stadium for the Bucs may pass by "riding piggyback on the public''s fear of crime," according to Joe Henderso

Tags: Facilities, HNTB, NFL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

06/03/96
PART OF PEPSI CENTER TAB TO BE PICKED UP BY PUBLIC?

Despite previous plans to privately finance construction of the new Pepsi Center, Ascent Entertainment Group, owner of the Avalanche and Nuggets, may now ask taxpayers to pay part of the $150M price t

Tags: Colorado Avalanche, Colorado Rockies, Denver Broncos, Denver Nuggets, Facilities, PepsiCo

05/31/96
POLL SHOWS MAJORITY OF VOTERS OPPOSED TO TAX INCREASE

A recent poll of 297 Denver area voters reveals 67% of the six-county metro area are opposed to a 0.1% sales tax boost to assist the Broncos in building a proposed new $250M facility. The poll was con

Tags: Denver Broncos, Facilities

05/31/96
SURVEY SHOWS SERNA'S SACRAMENTO STADIUM STRATEGY SUPPORTED

Most people in the Sacramento area back Mayor Joe Serna''s plan to build a MLB ballpark -- as long as the project does not involve extra taxes, according to a SACRAMENTO BEE telephone survey. The poll

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05/31/96
COMISKEY A STRANGER TO THE NEW STADIUM BOOM

Though the $37M "New" Comiskey Park may have kept the White Sox from "packing off" to St. Petersburg, Florida, Frederick Klein of the WALL STREET JOURNAL writes, it''s been "less than a bonanza for it

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05/31/96
INDIANAPOLIS ON PACE FOR A NEW ARENA?

Leaders of an Indianapolis city task force have spent $160,000 on consultants for a new arena and the city''s Capital Improvement Board authorized another $160,000 for an architectural firm to study t

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