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Univ. Of Tennessee Finalizes Study On Stadium Renovations, Capacity To Remain Over 100,000Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 20 / 16
The Univ. of Tennessee on Tuesday completed a "feasibility study for future renovations to Neyland Stadium," according to Dan Fleser of the Knoxville NEWS SENTINEL. Athletic department officials "expanded on the objectives" for the project's $106M initial phase and "stressed that it would not drasti...
MN Gov. Arne Carlson "proposed a comprehensive, albeit sketchy, ''global'' approach to the public funding of pro sports in Minnesota," according to Weiner & Whereatt of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. W
The Minnesota House and Senate yesterday "rejected every effort" to finance a new Twins ballpark, according to Whereatt & Weiner of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. Although legislators agreed to reconve
Nashville stadium officials said that two hundred barrels of toxic waste found on the fringes of the Oilers'' stadium site "shouldn''t hold up progress" on the $292M facility (NASHVILLE BANNER, 10/27)
The city of Denver and Ascent Entertainment "are just ''inches away'' from finalizing a deal" on the proposed Pepsi Center, according to Kevin Flynn of the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. Flynn: "Ascent wants so
In the last six years, the Washington and Baltimore area has gone from having no club seats in its sports facilities to having "more than" 31,000 by next fall with Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, the Ravens'
The Pepsi Center deal between Ascent Entertainment and the city of Denver "could be in jeopardy," according to Alan Snel of the DENVER POST. On Monday, both sides admitted "serious differences," with
Hoping to "seize on the emotion" of the Marlins'' World Series win, team President Don Smiley and Miami Mayor Joe Carollo plan to meet "this week or next to discuss a publicly financed baseball stadiu
MN legislators today are scheduled to "finally vote" on "at least three" different proposals for the state to build and pay for a new Twins ballpark, according to Sweeney & Ragsdale of the ST. PAUL PI
KC-based sports architecture firms HOK, Ellerbe Becket and HNTB were featured in an extensive piece in Sunday''s K.C. STAR (10/26)....A front-page story by Lance Williams in Sunday''s S.F. EXAMINER ex
The Hurricanes on Friday "agreed to spend" $20M as part of its deal to play in Raleigh''s new sports arena and "pledged to stay" in the city for 20 years, according to Joe Dew of the Raleigh NEWS & OB