Sports and Recreational Facilities
Wrigley Field, looking northeast toward Lake Michigan. Two new digital scoreboards flank the traditional scoreboard whose numbers are manipulated by hand. All photos: Mark Ballogg/Ballogg Photography.
Venerable Wrigley Field is raised up in a top-to-bottom restoration that took five years to compl...read more
All renderings courtesy Populous
Populous designed the project.
A special 1,400-sf area inside the new Athletics Hall of Fame at the University of Texas has been carved out for the school's national champions. Image: Rick Myers/Advent
The facility recounts the narratives of the school’s storied sports history.
A canopy will cover every seat at the new West End Stadium, where the FC Cincinnati MLS franchise will play its home games in two years. Image: Populous
The closest seat will be only 15 feet from the field.
All renderings courtesy Rosetti
Rosetti is master planning the project.
All renderings courtesy Qiddiya Investment Company
Qiddiya is currently under construction 28 miles outside of Riyadh.
Harper College in Illinois joined forces with a local healthcare system and parks district to finance the renovation and expansion of a community rec center. Image: Dave Burk, courtesy of CannonDesign
Institutional, private, and government dollars moved recent projects forward in Illinois and Cana...read more
Courtesy Specht Architects
Specht Architects designed the project.
All renderings courtesy LA Clippers.
AECOM is designing the project.
All renderings courtesy of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The renovations will be completed before the 2020 season.
All renderings courtesy Populous
The $250 million stadium is being privately funded by the team’s ownership group.
Rendering courtesy Foster + Partners
The project will sit on the banks of the Harlem River in Sherman Creek Park.
It is being called the only venue of its kind between Istanbul and Singapore that can host events...read more
Flexibility and connectivity between the digital and physical space are key.
The park will include new indoor and outdoor space.
All photos: Kmiecik Imagery
Design-build firm Wight & Company completed the building.
With sweeping views to the north and east, allowing sightlines into St. Louis's Downtown West District neighborhood, a proposed MLS soccer stadium for the city could be the next anchor in its ongoing downtown revitalization. All renderings courtesy HOK and Snow Kreilich
Plans capitalize on league’s plans to expand.
The 10,000-person capacity Las Vegas Ballpark is located in the heart of suburban Summerlin, Nev., with a population of more than 100,000. Image: Howard Hughes Corporation
Developer Howard Hughes views the stadium as an essential piece to this master-planned community’...read more
All renderings courtesy HKS Architects
The stadium will be the cornerstone of the Texas Live! Development.
Populous is designing the facility.
The Nippon-Ham Fighters Baseball Club will call the park home.
Courtesy Rossetti + MMD.
Rossetti and Michael Marshall Design designed the venue.
3XN Architects is designing the project.
Great Park Ice has a 2,500-person capacity. It is part of a four-rink facility that is the largest ice-skating complex in California, and one of the largest in the country that's accessible to the public. Image: Courtesy of Swinerton Builders.
Great Ice Park and FivePoint Arena include four ice rinks.
The stadium will be at the center of an entirely new city.
Cutaway rendering of the lower floor of the Thrive Rec Center under construction in Lewisville, Texas, show how the building breaks down into three sections: fitness, water, and community. Image: Barker Rinker Seacat, courtesy of the city of Lewisville, Texas
Taxpayers and other investors accept the economic and social value in these complexes.
Rendering courtesy BIG
The team will also redevelop the Coliseum site.
SkyRise Miami is being positioned as a vertical theme park with a number of extreme rides and stunning vistas. Image: Berkowitz Development Group
SkyRise Miami to offer some hair-raising attractions.
Little Caesars Arena is a multipurpose venue shared by the NHL’s Detroit Red Wings and NBA’s Detroit Pistons. It anchors The District Detroit, a 50-block mixed-use development in the heart of the city. Photo Michael Robinson, courtesy HOK
Professional and collegiate facilities invite fans to engage with the community.
Arc Building Partners will lead construction efforts on the project.