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Current Construction Projects

Spokane County's Avista Stadium was built in 1958 and has served our community well for more than 50 years. To insure the stadium continues to serve Spokane for decades to come, Spokane County and the Spokane Indians have partnered on many stadium improvement projects that have made Avista Stadium one of the best minor league baseball stadiums in the country.


The next phase of improvements will make safety improvements, replace the main concession building which has reached the end of its useful life, upgrade the administration building, improve the concourse and provide other necessary improvements throughout the stadium. This round of improvements is currently underway and will be completed prior to the start of the 2013 Indians season.

Aerial View of Concourse

Concessions

Replacing the Concourse on the First Baseline

Construction of the new concession stand.

Renovating the old Front Office building.

The concession stand continues to take shape.

Demolition of the old concessions stand.

Frame for the new Team Store.

The roof and front siding are near completion on the new concession stand.

A hole where the oldconcession stand used to sit. A new fan entertainment area is being developed for this space.

The new Team Store beginning to take shape.

Thanks to Spokane County, Avista Stadium will continue its mission of providing a wholesome community gathering place for the entire Inland Northwest.