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Bengals Reach Deal With County To Share Costs Of Paul Brown Stadium Upgrades04 / 18 / 14
A $16.5M deal between the Bengals and Hamilton County (Ohio) Commissioners will "upgrade Paul Brown Stadium" and "pave the way for the next phase" of The Banks mixed-use riverfront development, according to a front-page piece by Sharon Coolidge of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. The deal marks "what o...
The Massachusetts Port Authority is trying to edge out the state''s Convention Center Authority and be named lead developer of the proposed megaplex, according to Meg Vaillancourt and Richard Kindlebe
FL Gov. Lawton Chiles agreed to spend $60M in state sales tax money to held build a new stadium for the Bucs, according to Robert Chepak in the TAMPA TRIBUNE. Despite "concerns the team will leave Flo
In the current issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, Tim Crothers examines the plight of the Devils and their possible move to Nashville along with "at least 38 other franchises across North America" who are "
Any financing plan for the renovation of Cleveland Stadium "will probably be paired with a financial package to help city schools," according to the PLAIN DEALER. Stephen Koff reports that such a plan
As a result of a "state-backed" $15M effort to help bring an NHL franchise to MN, the Vikings and the Twins are left asking, "What about us?," writes Jay Weiner in the Minneapolis STAR- TRIBUNE. Due t
OH Gov. George Voinovich said Monday that if Cleveland Mayor Michael White and the City Council "don''t stop arguing over how to pay for fixing up the Stadium, the city will find itself without a foot
A special commission drafting legislation to construct the megaplex in Boston is "nearing agreements with several corporations" that could bring $90M or more to the project, according to Richard Kindl
Turner Broadcasting executives have "narrowed their options" to three locations for a new arena for the Hawks and possibly an NHL franchise, according to the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. Henry Unger and Mari
Brewers VP/Corporate Affairs Laurel Prieb said the chances of having a new County Stadium by the opening of the ''98 season are a "pipe dream." Prieb said Thursday that even if the team can win approv
"Plans for a new Tiger Stadium have progressed to the point that the builders have been chosen," according to Barkholz & Goodin of CRAIN''S DETROIT BUSINESS. Pending "successful financing," the Southf