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Angel Stadium Agreement: $320 Million Sale Price, 7-Acre Public Park, Hundreds of Affordable Housing Units

On September 9, the Anaheim Planning Commission will take up the proposed final agreement keeping the Angels in Anaheim while selling the stadium and surrounding acreage to SRB Management, a partnership controlled by team owner Arte Moreno.  The highlights of the agreement: A final sale price of $320 million, consisting of $150 million in cash and $170 million in city-requested ...

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Angels Owner’s Proposed Redevelopment of Stadium Site Will Transform Platinum Triangle

At the end of June, SRB Management – the limited partnership led by Angels owner Arte Moreno – announced an ambitious effort to transform the 153-acre Angel Stadium site into a stunning complex of entertainment, residential, commercial, retail and hospitality uses with innovative public spaces. Once completed, the Platinum Triangle area will look radically different than today, and the new ...

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Angel Stadium Sale: Council Approves Accelerating Stadium Development Plan, $10 Million Payment To City

The Anaheim City Council this evening voted 6-1 to accelerate development of the Angel Stadium site, in an action that will advance submittal of the stadium site development plan and put $10 million into city coffers more than year early. In December 2019, the Anaheim City Council approved an agreement under which the Angels agreed to stay in Anaheim until ...

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Hypocrisy of APAC’s Newfound Allies

As we noted yesterday, a number of the local gadflies and progressive politicos opposing the Angel Stadium agreement have suddenly discovered enthusiasm for Dr. Howard Knohl’s idea of a $700 million Anaheim Performing Arts Center on 12-acres of the current stadium site. Not so long ago, Knohl’s idea was being used as a pinata by some of the same folks. ...

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Mayor Sidhu: Some Much Needed Clarity On The Angel Stadium Deal

[Editor’s note: originally published in the OC Register on January 8, 2020.] Anaheim and all of Orange County can be proud of the proposal for baseball in our city. It would keep the Angels here for decades, sell the stadium site at market value, relieve taxpayers of costs and bring money and community benefits for Anaheim neighborhoods. The years of ...

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Opinion: Angels Deal Is Good – Let’s Be Smart In Negotiating DDA

I am David Michael Klawe. I spoke at the December 20 meeting of the Anaheim City Council meeting. The Orange County Register quoted me in their article, “Anaheim Votes to Sell Angel Stadium and The Land Around It for $325 Million”: “David Klawe, an executive committee member of the West Anaheim Neighborhood Development Council, called the agreement the “first step” ...

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Council Approves Stadium Sale for $325 Million; Angels To Stay Through 2050

At an 8-plus hour long special council meeting yesterday, the Anaheim City Council voted 4-2 to approve a purchase and sale agreement (PSA) under which SRB Management, a development partnership controlled by Angels owner Arte Moreno, would buy Angel Stadium and the surrounding property for $325 million. As part of the sale, the Angels committed to splaying in Anaheim for ...

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Lucy Dunn: A Good Deal For The Angels, Anaheim & Orange County

[Editor’s note: this originally appeared in the OC Register on December 19, 2019.] A Good Deal For The Angels, Anaheim & Orange County by Lucy Dunn We needed a good, old-fashioned grand slam home run. It’s been almost a decade since discussions began on whether or not the Angels will stay in Anaheim. Mayor Harry Sidhu and Angels owner Arte ...

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Cavecche: Anaheim-Angels Stadium Deal A Win For Taxpayers

[Editor’s Note: this op-ed was originally published on December 15, 2019 in the OC Register.] Anaheim-Angels Stadium Deal A Win For Taxpayers by Carolyn Cavecche I have a confession to make right from the start. I am not an Angels fan. The Cavecche household bleeds Dodger Blue. Oh, we attend Angel games now and then. My grandmother even had session ...

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