LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – After recently receiving approval from the MLB owners to relocate from Oakland to Las Vegas, the Athletics announced they will hold an event on Monday to share new renderings of the team’s Las Vegas ballpark.
As part of the event, team executives will be joined by “renowned” Danish architect Bjarke Ingels and Southern Nevada community leaders.
The team said officials will recognize the recent team relocation approval and release renderings of the future stadium.
The A’s plan to build a ballpark on the Las Vegas Strip with $380 million in public financing that was approved by Nevada Governor Joe Lombardo.
According to AP, Las Vegas will become the A’s fourth city, the most for a MLB team, as the Athletics played in Philadelphia from 1901-54, then moved to Kansas City for 13 seasons before going to California.
The event is scheduled to occur at 2 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 4. FOX5 will stream the event live on our website and Facebook.
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