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A's Seeking 10-Year Lease At O.co Coliseum, But City Wants Raiders Deal First04 / 16 / 14
The A's "appear resigned to staying put" at O.co Coliseum, and "are in negotiations" for a 10-year lease extension, according to Matier & Ross of the S.F. CHRONICLE. The deal calls for the team to make "nominal rent payments in return for the A's paying" for $10-$12M in stadium improvements. The...
The Tampa Sports Authority (TSA) is moving forward with a plan to build a new $168.1M stadium for the Bucs, according to the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. Faced with the choice of renovating, rebuilding, or b
Mariners VP Paul Isaki said a matter of "very Japanese" dignity prevents the team from heading up efforts to build a new ballpark, according to the Tacoma NEWS TRIBUNE. Addressing the King County Coun
The Twins have asked the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission (MSFC) to "stop" any Metrodome remodeling efforts until "the future of our tenancy is determined," according to the Minneapolis STAR-
The special convention center commission working on financing for Boston''s megaplex began presenting their findings to state officials yesterday according to this morning''s BOSTON HERALD. Briefing H
"The Aud" has been home to Buffalo''s NHL and minor league hockey clubs since it''s opening in 1940, but will close after next season when the new Crossroads Arena opens. The new $122.5M project will
The Raptors are telling the city of Toronto they will not pay for a piece of land that is an "integral" part of the team''s C$200M arena development, according to the FINANCIAL POST. In a letter to ci
The San Francisco Redevelopment Agency "unanimously agreed" to consider a downtown site on Rincon Hill as a convention center and new home for the Warriors, according to the SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE. T
MA state officials behind plans for a South Boston megaplex stated yesterday that they could "cover at least half" of the estimated $80M annual cost by levying new "fees or taxes" on hotel rooms, rent
Reds Owner Marge Schott and the Cincinnati Business Community (CBC) announced plans yesterday to build a new ballpark on Riverfront West (Geoff Hobson, CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 5/31). Although there is no
A poll conducted by MA''s Clark Univ. reveals that "by strong margins" voters oppose using tax dollars to pay for a Boston megaplex, with an even more "overwhelming majority" against public financing