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Wolff Considering Building Temporary Bay Area Ballpark During Coliseum Negotiations03 / 07 / 14
A's Owner Lew Wolff is "evaluating the viability" of building a temporary Bay Area ballpark as he "negotiates for a longer lease" at O.co Coliseum, according to Greg Baumann of the SILICON VALLEY BUSINESS JOURNAL. Wolff in an e-mail wrote, "I am hopeful of expanding our lease at the Oakland Coliseum...
Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen is profiled by Adam Schefter in Sunday''s ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. Among Bowlen''s plans for the franchise is a new stadium. Bowlen: "Frankly, we''ve all got to wake up here becau
"One of the factors that has shaped and complicated efforts to cut a stadium deal between government leasers and the [Brewers] has been the team''s undisclosed but sizable debt," according to Craig Gi
The Redskins "received a rare open-arms welcome from a local government yesterday," with the approval of a zoning change that could cut a year from the process of building a new stadium from a Prince
The invoices filling the mailboxes of the 700 businesses that signed up for executive and skysuite boxes at the new FleetCenter are about 15% higher than the "already formidable rental fees agreed to
A pledge to guarantee the Brewers a season-ticket base of 10,000 seats this year "could cost the local business community more than $1 million," according to Craig Gilbert of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SEN
Hillsborough County Commissioners have voted 5-1 to approve a new lease with the Lightning, "one that will allow them to go the bond market Thursday," according to Joe Henderson of the TAMPA TRIBUNE.
Officials of DC''s Redevelopment Land Agency board today will announce an agreement on a new financing plan for the city''s $56M share of a new downtown sports arena, which backers say "could save tax
WI Gov. Tommy Thompson said yesterday that the state, Milwaukee County and the city of Milwaukee have "asked the Brewers to agree to stay in Milwaukee for 30 years" if a new stadium is built as part o
SEATTLE: Frank Ruano, a longtime civic activist, hopes to "derail" the September 19 King County vote on a sales tax hike to fund a new stadium for the Mariners, according to Rebecca Boren of the SEATT
City and county taxpayers "are about to be asked to pick up the tab" for up to $90M to help finance construction of a stadium for the Bucs, according to Jeff Testerman of the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. A s