The club hopes to address its hospitality needs while deciding between building a new stadium or remaining at Anfield.
A Portion of the 300 Level Suites to eventually become an "innovations lab".
Palace Sports & Entertainment has announced a $13 million renovation to the 24-year-old Palace of Auburn Hills. In response to corporate buyers’ desires for high-tech environments on the hospitality stage, among the upgrades are remakes of the 100 and 300 Suite Levels and technology amenities centered on social interaction.
Packages range from $6,500-$7,500.
The Chicago Fire are building a new luxury stadium club at Toyota Park, offering its members valet parking, a private dining room and bar, and exclusive box seating at midfield. The 150-person Second Star Club, to be built at a cost of approximately $2 million, is expected to generate upward of $1 million annually in memberships.
The initial implementation focuses on merchandise sales.
SmartTouch allows suite patrons to order F&B, merchandise and more with iPads.
The existing press box will be replaced with premium seating
Wednesday marked the beginning of a huge part of the Rose Bowl renovation – the demolition of the existing press box. It will be replaced by a configuration five times larger to include new luxury suites and premium seating.
The team is charging $20,000-$30,000 for Stadium Builders Licenses (SBL) for 9,000 club seats.
Club level seats are increasing to $66 for regular games, $74 for premier games.
For the first time, the club has created a separate wait list for executive suites.
2011 was one of Chelsea FC’s most successful years relative to private executive suites. The club is planning on more of the same in 2012. They have opened their seasonal hospitality waiting list, and for the first time, a separate list is available for those companies and individuals interested in suites.
The new home of the College World Series produced a $5.6 million net operating profit for the 2010-2011 fiscal year.
According to a new report, TD Ameritrade Park, located in downtown Omaha, generated a net operating profit of $5.6 million in its first official fiscal year. The report was written by the Metropolitan Entertainment and Convention Authority (MECA) which runs the ballpark.