Ohio stadium deal to be split in two, still faces challenges
- Bengals' decline met as Cincinnati, county reach pact. Williamson, Tammy // Bond Buyer;02/03/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30323, p1
Reports that Cincinnati, Ohio and Hamilton County, Ohio have resolved a dispute over a riverfront area where Hamilton wants to build a stadium for the Cincinnati Bengals football team. Permission for Hamilton to proceed with the project's remaining bond issue; Sale of $73 million of sales tax...
- Ohio. Baar, Aaron // Bond Buyer;08/20/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30213, p29
Reveals that Hamilton County, Ohio officials are downplaying reports on the cost estimates of a new stadium for the Cincinnati Bengals football team.
- Cincinnati, Hamilton County to meet over Bengals' football stadium project. Baar, Aaron // Bond Buyer;07/09/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30183, p3
Reports that Cincinnati officials are threatening to block construction of a partially bond-financed stadium for the Bengals football team. Problems with a lease the team had hammered out with surrounding Hamilton County as the reason for this move; Cincinnati officials' fear that the lease...
- $267.9 million Cincinnati Bengals stadium deal ready to price. Williamson, Tammy // Bond Buyer;05/14/98, Vol. 324 Issue 30393, p3
Focuses on Hamilton County, Ohio's issuance of the remaining sales-tax bonds to finance a Cincinnati Bengals football stadium. Reason for the split of the bond issue; Anticipation of good market reception to the deal; Lead managers.
- A MAJOR LEAGUE MISTAKE. Fehrman, Craig // Cincinnati Magazine;Nov2011, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p68
The article reports that the owner of Cincinnati Bengals football team, Mike Brown, along with some lawyers and staff, discussed about reviewing a new agreement for stabilizing the stadium fund of Hamilton County, Ohio. It states that the stadium fund expenses include 5.8 percent downturn...
- Honor Thy Father. // Sports Illustrated;12/30/2002, Vol. 97 Issue 26, p102
Focuses on a T-shirt worn by a fan at Cincinnati, Ohio's Paul Brown Stadium, home of the lowly Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League, with a plea for team president Mike Brown.
- Stadium deals lead off slew of Cincinnati improvements. Williamson, Tammy // Bond Buyer;04/08/98, Vol. 324 Issue 30368, p36
Reveals that riverfront and Cinergy Field stadium-related deals intended to reshape the Cincinnati landscape will dominate bond plans for two local governments in Ohio. Start of construction on a new stadium for the Bengals football franchise; Plans to construct a ballpark for the Reds baseball...
- Demolishing Sports Welfare. McGraw, Daniel // Reason;May2005, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p32
Focuses on two court cases that can affect the public financing of sports stadiums in the U.S. Impact of the lawsuits on the development of sports stadiums in the country; Details of the eminent domain lawsuit involving a New London, Connecticut real estate project; Background on the lawsuit...
- WHERE ARE WE GOING: QUESTION OF RELOCATION FOR THE CASTELLINI COMPANY? Rhee, Kenneth S.; Sigler, Tracey H. // Annual Advances in Business Cases;2007, p645
The Castellini Company, the largest produce distribution company in Cincinnati with a long history and close ties with the city, was forced to relocate due to building of a new football stadium for its NFL team, the Cincinnati Bengals. The Company wanted to stay in Cincinnati, and the city was...