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POSTED 02.12.2018
Autosports are speeding into the 21st century without glancing in the rearview mirror. DAYTONA Rising was a $400-million project that overhauled the approach of ‘what a race experience could be’ at the Daytona International Speedway.
POSTED 01.05.2018
Here’s one reason to hope for snowfall. Welcome to the inaugural season for Titletown, the new gem of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Titletown, which flanks Lambeau Field, is an amenity-oriented development which has quickly become a cultural destination for the region.  As ice skaters lace up to try the brand-new rink, children glide down Ariens Hill with tubes (which are returned to the top of the hill by automation). The development also has a playground, sports field, and fitness programming to enjoy all winter. A warming hut allows parents to watch their kids on the hill.
BISNOW
POSTED 12.01.2017
A new multiuse sports facility that will house the Philadelphia 76ers' G-League affiliate is coming to Wilmington, Delaware. Delaware Gov. John Carney, Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki and representatives from the Philadelphia 76ers and Buccini/Pollin Group announced the plans for 76ers Fieldhouse, to be built by BPG, at a press conference Wednesday.
Sports Business Journal
POSTED 11.06.2017
Faced with new competition on The Strip and the addition of a second NASCAR premier series race, Las Vegas Motor Speedway is making several improvements.  The track will upgrade its premium grandstand seating and create social, digitally wired areas for all ticketed fans. The venue, one of eight owned by Speedway Motorsports Inc., will announce the upgrades this week and expects the work to be done by the track’s spring race weekend. 
Venues Today
POSTED 10.12.2017
Nosebleeds no more, said Matt Rossetti, architect of a new “inverted bowl” design he said can reimagine the way arena construction, siting and seating all occurs. After spending seven years on the design process, walking through construction and engineering feasibility and multiple design iterations, Rossetti’s eponymous firm unveiled the inverted bowl design this week. “It is going to be incredible for everything,” he said. “This thing is going to be so frickin’ cool.”
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