COMMUNITY: Populous designed an updated ballpark with more social spaces for the team and city. (Courtesy Toronto Blue Jays) Spring training home in Dunedin, Fla., reopens with $102M renovation For over 40 years, the Toronto Blue Jays have made Dunedin, Fla., their spring training home. That home received a $102 million upgrade for 2020, part of a plan to keep the Major League Baseball team rooted in Dunedin for another 25 years while providing fans and residents a fresh way to experience community at the updated TD Ballpark.  “When you arrive on site, it has a totally different look now,” said Mike Sabatini, Populous senior architect and principal. “There are new entrances, new amenities. Most of the additions were about social gathering places and areas the city and county can use on non-game days.”  The Populous design came as part of an agreement between the city and the team to… Continue Reading TD Ballpark Ties Jays Closer to Community

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