The Anaheim City Council on Friday approved a $325 million sale of Angel Stadium. The decision is one of a three-step proposal that would see the Angels play in Anaheim through 2050. It also includes potential development around the stadium and community benefits. Read more here.
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Angel Stadium has been an expensive asset that has yielded little profit for Anaheim over the past two decades, according to recently released city data. But city spokesman Mike Lyster has a take that goes beyond the numbers. Read more here.
The one-year ballpark lease extension the council approved with the Los Angeles Angels in January didn’t mean the current lease would expire when the extension does. As a result, the Angels could choose between a new or renovated stadium in Anaheim, a proposed waterfront ballpark in Long Beach, or simply play out their current lease, which extends through 2029. Read more here.
Ahead of their negotiations with the city of Anaheim (CA) to sign a long-term ballpark lease, the Los Angeles Angels have hired a real estate consulting firm to explore development on the 150-acre Angel Stadium site in the city’s growing Platinum Triangle. Read more here.
The Los Angeles Angels and the city of Anaheim (CA) are expected to agree to a one-year extension of the team’s lease at Angel Stadium, which would keep the team in Anaheim through the 2020 season. Read more here.
The Los Angeles Angels opted out of their lease with the city of Anaheim (CA) on Tuesday, setting the stage for another round of negotiations over whether the team remains in their longtime host city or finds a new home elsewhere in Southern California. Read more here.
No, we’re not talking about the “three strikes and you’re out” kind of strike. Workers at Angel Stadium, home of MLB’s Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, have voted to authorize their union, the SEIU United Service Workers West, to call a strike at any time. The workers, which include janitors, ushers, and ticket takers, claim to be underpaid compared to their counterparts in Oakland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Read more here.
Bored between innings? Need to distract or entertain family members, so you can actually watch the game? The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have partnered with T-Mobile to rent 4G-powered tablets to fans at Angel Stadium. For $10, game goers can surf the web, watch movies, or peruse the included digital game-day program on a T-Mobile G-Slate or Samsung Galaxy Tab. Read more here.