The team at Kansas City-based Pendulum have released renderings of a new, 30,000-seat stadium in downtown Kansas City (MO) for the Kansas City Royals via KansasCityLovestheRoyals.com. Read more and view renderings here and here.
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While cautioning it’s early in the game, John Sherman, the new owner of the Kansas City Royals, has no problem talking up the economic benefits of downtown baseball and says he’s already being lobbied on possible sites. Read more here.
Talk to people who know John Sherman, the coming new owner of the Kansas City Royals, and three points come up over and over again: He’s a meticulous businessman, he is deeply devoted to Kansas City and, even given his stature in the community, he’s private about his endeavors. Another thing to know about Sherman: He cares about downtown Kansas City. Read more here.
With each passing baseball or football season, the Kansas City Chiefs and Royals draw closer to the end of their lease at the Truman Sports Complex. Both teams have stated they will stay through their term ending in 2031, but what might happen then? Read more and watch news report here.
The city of Kansas City (MO) is funding a study of at least four potential sites for a downtown baseball stadium for the Kansas City Royals, according to documents obtained by The Kansas City Star. Read more here.
The city of Kansas City (MO) is reportedly funding a study of at least four potential sites for a downtown baseball stadium for the Kansas City Royals. Read more and watch video here.
Sources reportedly say that downtown Kansas City (MO) interests — led by the Downtown Council, a business group — and a county official met with the Kansas City Royals within the past 90 days to talk about a ballpark in the heart of the city. Read more here.