It has been four weeks since the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium opened to the public, and the city now has a clearer picture of how many people can fit inside the space.
The recent renovation of the stadium is providing a renewed, updated attractiveness to Grand Haven’s waterfront.
See how the new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium has changed the Grand Haven riverfront landscape.
Ribbon cutting held to officially open Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium
City prepares for June 21 ribbon cutting for new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium.
The city has planned a ribbon-cutting ceremony for noon Thursday, June 21.
A monument will be built at the foot of Washington Avenue and Harbor Drive honoring the legacy of Lynne Sherwood and her contribution that allowed the city’s new Waterfront Stadium to be built.
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.
Construction crews are in the process of finishing up work on the depot building addition, with a goal of having the work on the building completed later this spring.
Construction crews have been busy transforming Waterfront Stadium over the past three months, and officials say workers are on track for opening next summer.
Following a Sept. 29 groundbreaking event, construction crews began the process of tearing out the old stadium bleachers, excavating the new stadium site. Work on the addition to the Depot building began the week of Sept. 25.
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,
The next evolution of Grand Haven’s waterfront will begin today when the long-awaited redevelopment of Waterfront Stadium officially begins.
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.