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UMass Officials Break Off Talks With Kraft Group For Revolution Stadium In BostonPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 28 / 17
UMass officials have "broken off talks with the Kraft Group" regarding the building of a stadium for the Revolution near the Boston campus "amid concerns from some local elected officials about its potential impact on the area," according to Jon Chesto of the BOSTON GLOBE. The search had "involved t...
San Diego Mayor Susan Golding and Padres President Larry Lucchino met privately earlier this week "amid mounting pressure by county officials for a broader role in talks bogged down" over stadium fina
Agreements released yesterday show that the Lions "plan on staying in the city of Detroit for at least 35 years," as the team "is agreeing to one of the longest leases in all of sports," according to
The Raiders filed a countersuit yesterday in Sacramento Superior Court, suing accounting firm Arthur Andersen for $104M, alleging that the firm "destroyed documents and fraudulently misrepresented tha
When the Ravens'' new stadium opens, there will be more "tailgating than ever," as the team "will bring tailgating to" the fans, according to Eduardo Encina of the Baltimore SUN. All of the 5,000 park
Although the Red Sox organization is "holding off" on an official announcement, the "stage is set to build a new stadium next door" to Fenway Park, according to Anthony Flint in a front-page piece in
The New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority (NJSEA) on Thursday invited designers to "submit plans to upgrade or rebuild" Continental Arena in hopes of enticing the Nets to remain at the facility "
In a "remarkable culmination of more than two years of acrimonious, on-and-off negotiations," Hamilton County and the Reds announced a deal yesterday to build a $235M riverfront ballpark by 2003, acco
Padres President Larry Lucchino, Padres Chair John Moores and San Diego Mayor Susan Golding met privately yesterday for "about 2 1/2 hours" to discuss the stalled ballpark negotiations. Golding said o
In Boston, Will McDonough reported that the Red Sox are awaiting a final report from consulting company Arthur Andersen on the economic feasibility of a new Fenway Park. If the report says the team ca
St. Petersburg-based financial services company Raymond James Financial has agreed to acquire naming rights to the Bucs'' new stadium for the next 13 years, with an additional five-year option (Bucs).