Village Of Ashwaubenon And Big Top Baseball Finalize Agreement
$10 million multi-purpose facility scheduled to be completed by June of 2019
Green Bay, Wis – The Village of Ashwaubenon and the Bullfrogs parent company, Big Top Baseball, are excited to announce that a partnership to build a new multi-purpose stadium in the Village of Ashwaubenon has been approved by the Village Board. The project is scheduled to be completed in time for the Bullfrogs Opening Day in 2019 and will be located south of Village Hall on Holmgren way where the current CTI building stands. The facility will have a capacity of approximately 4,000 including 2,500 fixed seats, a hospitality area for approximately 500, a grass berm for approximately 500 and standing room. The village of Ashwaubenon approved agreements with Pendulum for architecture services and RODAC Construction as the construction manager for the project.
In addition to hosting Green Bay Bullfrogs baseball, the site will host a soccer team, concerts, movie screenings, public markets and other community events. Fans should stay tuned to GreenBayBullfrogs.com as plans for the new facility come together, the team will look to hold an additional informational meeting with plans in May of 2018.
“The opportunity to be the summer’s main attraction in the spectacular, world class, entertainment district in the Village of Ashwaubenon is beyond exciting for our company. We look forward to working with the Village of Ashwaubenon and the greater Green Bay area to deliver affordable, family friendly entertainment at this stadium for years to come.” Said Big Top Baseball’s owners Vern Stenman, Conor Caloia and Steve Schmitt in a joint statement.