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The Proposed New Stadium For The Chattanooga Lookouts

A rendering of a potential multi-use stadium is shown at the site of the former U.S. Pipe / Wheland Foundry in Chattanooga's South Broad District, incorporating some of the existing buildings.
City of Chattanooga via Chattanooga Times Free Press
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A rendering of a potential multi-use stadium is shown at the site of the former U.S. Pipe / Wheland Foundry in Chattanooga's South Broad District, incorporating some of the existing buildings.

Last week, the mayors of Chattanooga and Hamilton County outlined plans to build a new minor league stadium for the Chattanooga Lookouts in the city’s South Broad District.

Dave Flessner is business editor at The Chattanooga Times Free Press - and in Sunday’s edition, he’ll be taking a deeper dive into this story.

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