Tampa Bay Rays New Stadium Design


Via 620WDAE.iheart.com 

The ballpark would be the most intimate in Major League Baseball, with 28,216 fixed seats and a total capacity of 30,842. A small upper level creates the closest vantage point of any modern ballpark, with a maximum distance of 204 feet from the field. Fans choose from 17 comfortable, unique seating areas, or 21 distinct viewing platforms and social gathering spaces. These areas are connected by a 360-degree concourse featuring complete views of the playing field.

The ballpark’s light colors, water features and modern contours invoke the bright future of the Tampa Bay region, while blending in seamlessly to the historic, urban fabric of Ybor City. Its accessible design enables it to serve as a year-round community asset, with the potential for programming, events and creative partnerships.

The Ybor location is within a 30-minute drive of over 1.6 million people who call the Tampa Bay area home. The ballpark is projected to cost $809 million with additional infrastructure costs of $83 million and could be completed for Opening Day 2023. Fans can view the proposed ballpark at ballparkreimagined.com.

Tampa Bay Rays owner Stu Sternberg & President Brian Auld joined JP Peterson and our friends over @ 620 WDAE in Tampa were kind enough to share the audio. 

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