The Nashville Sounds (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League) opened their new Sulphur Dell ballpark in front of a capacity crowd of 10,459. Read more and view news report here. View photo gallery of First Tennessee Park’s inaugural home opener here.
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The recent snow and ice may have slowed down construction on the Nashville Sounds’ (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League) new Sulphur Dell stadium, but it’s still on track to be open for business by opening day on April 17. Watch new report and ballpark tour here.
Mayor Karl Dean and the Triple-A Nashville Sounds (Pacific Coast League) announced Friday a parking plan for fans attending games during the 2015 season at First Tennessee Park. According to the press release, fans are “strongly encouraged” to park at the Metro Courthouse Garage and then take a free shuttle to the ballpark. Read more and watch news report here.
On Wednesday afternoon, Nashville (TN) Mayor Karl Dean and the Triple-A Nashville Sounds (Pacific Coast League) gave the media a tour of all three levels of the new $65-million, 10,000-seat ballpark under construction at Sulphur Dell. Unfortunately, the $18 million parking garage won’t be ready in time. Read more and watch news report here.
Mayor Karl Dean‘s administration is in negotiations to give Piedmont Natural Gas 124 acres of city-owned property in order to cover the relocation of a natural gas pipeline discovered during construction of the new ballpark for the Triple-A Nashville Sounds (Pacific Coast League). Read more here. View stadium construction photos here.
Construction of the new stadium for the Triple-A Nashville Sounds (Pacific Coast League) has triggered a projected $5 million in additional city spending to cover new water lines, electrical lines and paving that was not factored into the project’s overall $65-million price tag. Read more here. View stadium construction photos here.
PRESS RELEASE – Embrey Partners has begun construction on its newest development, The Carillon, a luxury apartment community located adjacent to First Tennessee Park, the new home of the Nashville Sounds. Continue reading