Scottsdale Stadium Renovations
A master plan for Scottsdale Stadium was completed in 2018. The City is now nearing completion of several elements of the master plan such as improved seating and shade at the stadium, additional viewing areas, plus expansions to the clubhouse, player training areas and special event spaces.
On March 19, 2019, Council awarded a construction contract to Hunt Construction Group to commence construction services. On June 11, 2019, Council awarded a contract modification to Hunt Construction Group to continue with the remaining improvements for the renovation project.
Some of the key project elements include a new multi-story multi-use facility that will serve as Clubhouse for the spring training season and multi-use event center throughout the year, shade improvements to the right field Charros Lodge area, upgrades to the main entry plaza adjacent to Drinkwater Boulevard, and other improvements determined to benefit the Giants and greater downtown Scottsdale users.
The stadium is the spring training home of the San Francisco Giants and hosts a variety of other development leagues and community events. The proposed renovations will boost the stadium’s position as a premier spring training venue and add features to make it a year-round multiuse event center that takes advantage of its location in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale.
Scottsdale Stadium is the only Cactus League venue located in a downtown setting and opened on its current site in 1956. The stadium was completely rebuilt in 1992 and was last renovated in 2005. It seats 12,000 for baseball.
Budget: $50.6 million
Funding Source: Tourism Development Funds and capital contributions from the San Francisco Giants and Scottsdale Charros
Sponsoring Division: Community Services
Location: Scottsdale Stadium - 7408 E Osborn Rd.