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Pittsburgh Redevelopment Authority Member Blasts Penguins' Civic Arena Site Efforts

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 09 / 16

A member of Pittsburgh's Urban Redevelopment Authority "blasted the efforts" by the Penguins to "develop the former Civic Arena site Thursday, saying he had no faith in their ability to do so," according to Mark Belko of the PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE. URA Treasurer Jim Ferlo said, "We should pull the ...

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Chargers Ballot Measure Losing Support

A new poll shows the Chargers' stadium ballot measure is "headed for near-certain defeat as many previously undecided voters have begun to oppose the initiative," according to a front-page piece by David Garrick of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. A Union-Tribune/KGTV-ABC poll released Thursday shows th ...

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Chargers Using App To Gain Stadium Support

The Chargers have "equipped people going door-to-door with a special smart phone app that targets the households of likely supporters and others that internal polling shows could be persuaded to vote yes" on the stadium initiative on the Nov. 8 ballot, according to David Garrick of the SAN DIEGO UNI ...

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Philips Arena To Receive $192.5M Makeover

The Hawks and the city of Atlanta have "come to terms on a deal that includes public funds to renovate Philips Arena, a move that could keep the NBA franchise downtown" through '46, according to a front-page piece by Trubey, Stafford & Vivlamore of the ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION. The $192.5M a ...

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Rutgers Breaks Ground On New Practice Facility

Rutgers broke ground yesterday on the RWJBarnabas Health Athletic Performance Center, its new multi-sport practice facility, which "ends decades of empty promises on a campus where investment in athletic facilities was non-existent," according to Tara Sullivan of the Bergen RECORD. The 295,000-squar ...

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Jordan-Hare Renovations Won't Start Until After '17

Auburn AD Jay Jacobs yesterday confirmed that the "massive renovations project for the north end zone of Jordan-Hare Stadium" will not be started "until at least the completion" of the '17 football season, according to Matthew Stevens of the MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER. Jacobs said that with Aub ...

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Payments Delayed For U.S. Bank Stadium Vendors

Despite "making room for and welcoming smaller minority-owned, local restaurateurs," U.S. Bank Stadium concessionaire Aramark "didn’t pay them until last week, three months after the building opened," according to Rochelle Olson of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. Aramark Senior Dir of Corporate ...

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Timbers Owner Optimistic On Stadium Expansion

Timbers Owner Merritt Paulson is "'cautiously optimistic' about a stadium expansion plan that would add 4,000 seats to Providence Park," according to Jamie Goldberg of the Portland OREGONIAN. The Timbers, who are "committed to remaining in their downtown location at Providence Park, have been looki ...

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Arlington Mayor Criticizes Rangers Ballpark Opponents

Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams last week cast opponents of a $1B ballpark for the MLB Rangers as "'angry' and 'misdirected' and people you wouldn't trust to babysit," according to Mosier & Brumfield of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Williams made the remarks Friday during a meeting with prominent busin ...

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White Sox Ballpark Officially Renamed

Despite the " social media hullabaloo that erupted " when the White Sox' naming-rights deal with mortgage lender Guaranteed Rate was announced two months ago, the newly named Guaranteed Rate Field "still will carry the mortgage provider's logo -- a downward-pointing arrow," according to Becky Yerak ...

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Seattle Has Options For NBA/NHL Venues

The arena situation in Seattle has become a "completely different story" over the last week, as local officials now "actually get to choose" between a privately financed venue in Sodo or a renovated KeyArena , according to Geoff Baker of the SEATTLE TIMES. The two groups will "openly compete; wit ...

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