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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...
"Finally putting the Target Center issue behind them," the Minneapolis City Council voted 9-3 Friday to approve the city''s $72M buyout of the arena. The city''s purchase, "part of a public-private pl
The Raptors face a $2.5M cleanup bill "for removing toxic contamination" at the team''s arena site in Toronto. Raptors arena project manager Jay Cross: "The site is very clean by normal standards. ...
San Francisco''s bid for 1999''s Super Bowl XXXIII, that includes a $26M renovation of Candlestick Park, has encountered "financial hurdles and potential challenges" from the city''s Board of Supervis
Members of Seattle''s Parks, Public Grounds and Recreation Committee yesterday toured the construction site of what will be a renovated Seattle Center Coliseum next October. The $73.4M project that st
An 18-member task force, mandated by MN state law after the state''s unsuccessful ''94 Target Center buyout bill, will convene for the first time today with many questions pending. According to yester
Gov. Tommy Thompson has refused to push for more Indian gaming in exchange for money that could help build a new stadium for the Brewers. However, Thompson "propped the door open" for discussions on "
The DC council voted unanimously yesterday to approve an agreement between Bullets/Capitals owner Abe Pollin and Mayor Marion Barry to build a downtown arena. The vote came after Pollin refused to con
Tigers President John McHale says the team "is no longer in a financial position" to build a new ballpark without state funding, according to the DETROIT NEWS. In the past, team owner Mike Ilitch has
The Raptors are in "delicate" negotiations with Marathon Realty over a parcel of land for their new 22,500-seat arena previously slated toward an open space and a community service building. The Rapto
MA residents want the Patriots to stay in the state, "but they are firmly opposed to spending public dollars to upgrade Foxboro Stadium or to build the team a Boston megaplex home," according to a pol