At Last, the Opportunity to See the San Angelo Colts and Harlingen WhiteWings Up Close!
Which just about covers it, assuming Oak Cliff developer Richard Seib and Bryant and Pierce's Reunion Sports Group manage to cover the 50-plus acres along the Trinity with the ballpark and an attendant development -- including apartments, a water park, retail ... and a hotel! Course, this is the land the city had counted on Irving-based JPI to develop as a "pedestrian-friendly" retail, residential and office development, until JPI fouled off the pitch into foreclosure territory earlier this year. The new guys are promising: "We will build the stadium in downtown Dallas independently, and everything else in the project will follow." That sounds so ... familiar, maybe?