The numbers tell the story of why there’s nothing but smiles inside the Augusta GreenJackets (Single-A, South Atlantic League) front office these days. The sales team has been successfully selling next season to the community. It’ll mark the inaugural season of the Ballpark at Riverside Village, the new riverfront stadium at Hammond’s Ferry in North Augusta (SC). Read more here. View GreenJackets2018.com here.
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The City of North Augusta (SC) and the Augusta GreenJackets (Single-A, South Atlantic League) officially broke ground yesterday on the baseball stadium at Riverside Village at Hammond’s Ferry, the official name for the site formerly known as Project Jackson. Read more and watch video here.
North Augusta (SC) is celebrating a construction milestone that has ‘take me out to the ballgame’ written all over it, and the public is invited. The groundbreaking for the Augusta GreenJackets’ (Single-A, South Atlantic League) new baseball stadium is Thursday at 12pm (Eastern). Read more here. View press release here.
A long and grueling process for Augusta GreenJackets (Single-A, South Atlantic League) leadership is starting to bear fruit. The latest example came Friday when GreenJackets president Jeff Eiseman made a presentation highlighting their future ballpark’s features. Read more here. Watch news report here.
Groundbreaking for the new Augusta GreenJackets (Single-A, South Atlantic League) stadium in North Augusta’s (SC) newly named Riverside Village at Hammonds Ferry will take place at noon May 25. Read more here.
North Augusta City Council gave final approval this week to the Project Jackson Master Development Agreement, the document that governs who will do what as it rises on the Savannah River’s South Carolina side. Read more here.
Preliminary site and surveying work has begun on Project Jackson, a mixed-use development situated on 30 acres near the North Augusta (SC) waterfront. City Council members voted 6-0 at a special council meeting Monday night on final reading of an ordinance authorizing the City to enter into an installment purchase agreement of up to $16 million to complete preliminary infrastructure work. Read more here.