All it took was the mention of Clark to get the media talking about Tiger Stadium and the inviting right field porch that it used to have.
Larson Realty Group and a team of construction firms and architects have been selected by the Economic Development Corporation (EDC) of Detroit to develop the Michigan and Trumbull blocks of the historic Tiger Stadium site. […]
The Detroit Economic Development Corp. is expected to consider redevelopment plans for the old Tiger Stadium site.
The Ballparks of America project is looking to lure the growing number of youth traveling teams to the two-thirds-scale versions of stadiums including Wrigley Field, Fenway Park, Busch Stadium and Detroit’s former Tiger Stadium.
The process will include selecting a developer to present bids that will include retail, commercial and residential developments.
Once the site of Tiger Stadium, Navin Field served as the location for a themed wedding complete with a baseball bat arch, popcorn, peanuts and cracker jacks.
Detroit officials have approved a preliminary agreement to redevelop part of the former site of Tiger Stadium that would include a youth baseball field and offices.
Detroit PAL may build their new headquarters at the site of the former Tiger Stadium, and part of the historic ball field may be preserved for youth leagues.
Some new ideas are on the table for the old Tiger Stadium in Detroit’s historic Corktown.
“We’ve found bone fragments and ashes again and again…”