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Development Plan Selected for Tiger Stadium Site
Apartments, retail and condo units are all in the works for where the Detroit Tigers played baseball for 87 years. And the field will be kept, too. Detroit’s economic development arm has selected a plan for the 9.5-acre property where the storied, former Tiger Stadium once stood in Corktown. The $33 million plan by Larson Realty Group, selected Tuesday by the Economic Development Corporation, calls for a four-story building along Michigan Avenue that will include 33,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and 102 residential units, each averaging 800 square feet. Plans also call for 24 town home units along Trumbull that could be “a for-sale product,” the DEGC said Tuesday. A Larson Realty development team, formed as Tiger Stadium Partners LLC for the project, is also considering an alternative plan that would increase density along Trumbull to 141 residential units.
-Wrigley Field Bleachers May Not be Ready for Opening Day
-Twins will add bar, remove retail in $2.5 million changes to Target Field
-Rays Reach Aggreement to Allow Stadium Search
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DID YOU KNOW? Wrigley Field has been the home of more professional football games than any other football venue as home of the Chicago Bears from 1921 to 1970.

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Drone view of Candlestick Park, former home of the San Francisco Giants
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It seems like throughout the history of baseball a new ballpark or stadium has always been under construction. View photos of your favorite ballparks being built in this gallery that combines all our ballpark construction photos in one location.
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Every wondered what some proposed ballpark designs looked like for your favorite team? Curious to see designs that were never developed? Check out our ballpark renderings and models section to view renderings of many ballparks never built.

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