Architects and city leaders are in the process of designing new ways to utilize the space inside the former train depot in front of the new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium.
Ribbon cutting held to officially open Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium
Grand Haven officials are seeking artists interested in designing artwork for the new stadium — specifically the walls that are poured on either end of the new space.
City breaks ground on Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium redevelopment project Friday afternoon.
Members of the community gathered on the waterfront on Friday afternoon to participate in a ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium project.The $3.2 million stadium project is expected to be completed by next summer,
Mark your calendar for 3:30 p.m. Sept. 29, the last big event at the old Waterfront Stadium when the city plans to host a ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium.
Assuming contracts are issued by Sept. 15, demolition of the current stadium could begin by Sept. 29.
Architects from Progressive AE presented updated designs to Grand Haven City Council on Monday night, highlighting a new addition to the old train depot to tie into the renovated stadium.
Architects and engineers continue to refine the vision of the future of Waterfront Stadium and the Depot Museum.
A plan that would have enlarged the space in front of the soon-to-be remodeled Waterfront Stadium looks as though it will remain just a dream.
The future of Waterfront Stadium looks a little bit more clear, thanks to a decision by City Council on Monday night.
As the design process heats up for Waterfront Stadium, city leaders are looking at other fixes in the vicinity of the riverfront facility — namely a fix to the breakwall in front of the stadium’s grandstands.