Campbell’s Field and Camden County (NJ) are still searching for a tenant after the Camden Riversharks (Independent Professional, Atlantic League) left the city for New Britain (CT) last October after an impasse over lease negotiations. Read more here.
The Camden Riversharks (Indy Pro, Atlantic League), which have played at the city’s waterfront Campbell’s Field for 15 years, has ceased all operations, according to a statement from the team. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
Liberty Property Trust plans to construct a $1 billion “iconic skyline” along the Delaware River in Camden, N.J., near Campbell’s Field, the current home of the Camden Riversharks (Indy Pro, Atlantic League). Read more and view renderings here. View press release here.
Rendering of proposed Liberty Property Trust’s mixed-use Camden waterfront development, Robert A.M. Stern Architects
The independent Atlantic League’s plans to move one of its teams to recently vacated New Britain (CT) might also signal a shift in the short-season New York-Penn League. Read more here.
The Camden Riversharks (Indy Pro, Atlantic League) have played at Camden’s (NJ) waterfront Campbell’s Field for 15 years, but the team could be relocating to New Britain (CT) and replaced with an affiliated club, according to sources familiar with the matter. Read more here and here.
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Officials on Friday released additional details of the Camden County Improvement Authority’s pending $3.5 million purchase of Campbell’s Field, home of the Camden Riversharks (Indy Pro, Atlantic League). Read more here.