Portland Diamond Project has agreement to build ballpark at NW Portland marine terminal (renderings)



Portland Diamond Project has agreement to build ballpark at NW Portland marine terminal (renderings)

The Portland Diamond Project announced Thursday it had a deal to build a baseball stadium for a major-league team at the Port of Portland's Terminal 2 in Northwest Portland. 

The expansive 53-acre site sits in an industrial district north of the Fremont Bridge.  The group described its deal with the Port of Portland as an "agreement in principle," but the port's governing commission would have to sign off on a final agreement.

"We believe this has the potential to be a transformative landmark project for this city," Craig Cheek, the group's president, said in a statement. "Building an iconic, state-of-the-art ballpark along the Willamette River will catalyze economic development and capture great views of both the urban scale of the city and regional character of the Pacific Northwest."

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