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BisNow.com
POSTED 09.10.2019
Now is the golden age of stadium-anchored mixed-use development — or at least sports stadiums as important components of urban mixed-use developments. A proposed stadium project surrounded by a sea of parking, so common in the late 20th century, would probably be a nonstarter these days.
THENEXTMIAMI.COM
POSTED 09.10.2019
The Miami Dolphins broke ground today on a new training facility that could become the best in the NFL. The team says that they are building a “best in class” complex that will attract free agents and help improve the team’s training. The facility is being built on a Hard Rock stadium parking lot, on the northwest corner of the property. Dolphins players will have access to significantly improved facilities.
Crains Detroit
POSTED 09.10.2019
Green Lantern Pizza is preparing to serve up its seventh location this fall while owners cook up a brand refresh and plans to franchise the popular pizza place. The new restaurant and bar is pegged for Berkley in the former space of Sila Italian Dining & Pizza, which closed at the end of 2017. Green Lantern will open in the 5,200-square-foot space off 12 Mile Road by early October, hopefully, but "definitely by the end of the year," said co-owner John Spreitzer.
CLAD GLOBAL
POSTED 09.10.2019
Ambitious plans to create a large sports and entertainment district in Calgary, Canada have been given the green light after a public funding package was agreed for the development. The City of Calgary has agreed to provide half of the funding for the CA$550m (US$416m, €371m, £344m), project, which is driven by Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation (CSEC) and the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede Limited (Stampede).
Detroit News
POSTED 09.10.2019
Detroit — It’s supposed to feel like home.