Things are progressing fast on a new 2016 Columbia (S.C.) ballpark: suites are on sale, and the team owners have released some more renderings of the facility.
Today the team released the first renderings of the interior of the ballpark—images of the Luxury Suites and Club Level Lounge. Spirit Communications Park will have 16 Luxury Suites, each seating up to 20 guests and with full access to the 7,000-square-foot Club Level Lounge. Luxury Suites are the perfect spot for corporate entertainment, employee recruitment and other company, group, social and family outings. The Club Lounge will be a gathering and networking space for the guests in the Luxury Suites and the 135 Club Seats.
“The Luxury Suites at Spirit Communications Park will be first class,” said Jason Freier, CEO, Hardball Capital, which is bringing an MiLB team to Columbia. “They will offer an amazing view of the field with top-notch amenities and personalized food and beverage service.”
A variety of Luxury Suite plans will be available, ranging from the full 70 games to quarter-season packages of 17 games.
Renderings courtesy Columbia Professional Baseball.
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