The groundbreaking in a long-running project to build a minor league baseball stadium in Malden (MA) is now targeted for summer, with the first pitch at the ballpark thrown in 2019. Alex Bok, the developer who founded Malden Field of Dreams, will reported deliver a detailed summary of where the project stands to the city council on Feb. 7. Read more here.
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Malden (MA) Mayor Gary Christenson will be holding his first online forum of the new year on Monday, January 7 from noon to 1:00 p.m. One of the main topics he will be discussing is the developing new $50 million, 6,400-seat stadiium in Malden for an expansion indy pro Atlantic League franchise. Read more here. To take part in the forum, visit www.cityofmalden.org.
Alex Bok, chief executive officer of Boston Baseball Field of Dreams LLC, the development group proposing to build a new $50 million, 6,372-seat stadium on the former National Grid gas distribution site in Malden (MA) for an expansion indy pro Atlantic League franchise, says negotiations are taking longer than expected, which could delay the park’s opening until April 2015. Read more here.
We’re not sure know how long the website has been up for Boston Baseball Field of Dreams, LLC, the group working to bring a new ballpark and indy pro Atlantic League franchise to Malden (MA) outside of Boston, but it’s up at www.GreaterBostonBallpark.com. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
A proposed plan to build a new $45 million, 6,000-seat baseball stadium in Malden (MA) is scheduled to be presented by attorney Alex Bok and his group Boston Baseball Field of Dreams LLC at a public hearing scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 12, from 7 to 9 p.m. Read more here and here. View a PDF of the plan here. Thanks to John Cerone for the links.
There was talk last April about a group led by Alex Bok that was exploring locations to build a new minor league baseball stadium in Malden (MA) for an expansion indy pro Atlantic League franchise. A report out today indicates that the group recently submitted an RFP bid for a 6.4-acre parcel of land that is being vacated by National Grid. Read more here.