Clark County (NV) commissioners have unanimously approved the permit to build the new Las Vegas 51s (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League) baseball stadium in Downtown Summerlin, not far from the Golden Knights’ practice facility. Read more and watch news report here.
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Howard Hughes Corp., which acquired a controlling ownership interest in the Las Vegas 51s (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League) earlier this year, announced plans to build a 10,000-seat ballpark in downtown Summerlin (NV) that will break ground by early 2018 and be ready for the 2019 season. Read more here. As previously announced, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority acquired naming rights for the stadium in a 20-year, $80 million deal.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority will consider spending $80 million over 20 years on the naming rights for the “Las Vegas Ballpark,” a Triple A baseball stadium in Summerlin where the Las Vegas 51s would play beginning in 2019. Read more here.
The process to procure a new stadium for the Las Vegas 51s (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League) has been long and complicated with a timetable that continually has been pushed back. But for now, team leaders seem optimistic that the team could move into a new stadium next to the Vega Golden Knights’ (NHL) practice facility by the 2019 season. Read more here.
For months, planning for a new stadium and the relocation of the Oakland Raiders have dominated Las Vegas news. But another team in town is looking to restart new stadium talks. Read more here. Thanks to Joe DeLeonard for the link.
Because the proposed new ballpark for the Triple-A Las Vegas 51s (Pacific Coast League) is slated for the planned community of Summerlin outside the city limits of Las Vegas, it is unlikely that public dollars from Sin City will be made available for the project. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman made the following three suggestions: Continue reading