Jumbo Shrimp ballpark on tap for $25 million in renovations
The Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp and the city of Jacksonville are preparing for the largest round of construction at the city-owned baseball park since it opened nearly 20 years ago.
A draft list of capital improvement projects, which Mayor Lenny Curry will present Thursday during his annual budget address, shows about $25 million over three years for work at 121 Financial Ballpark.
The biggest change for fans would be the removal of the bleacher seating behind right field to make room for a new entrance to the ballpark, the team's offices, and more concourse space and concession offerings.
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