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Marlins Park Miami, Florida Ballpark

US Sports Stadium Development : MLB Facility – design by Populous, architects

Mar 8, 2013

Marlins Park Florida

Design: Populous

Miami Ballpark Building

Marlins Park replaced the legacy of the memorable Orange Bowl in Little Havana, adjacent to downtown Miami. Situated on the same footprint, the ballpark is intended to be the anchor for infill and redevelopment on the site.

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This new 37,000-seat MLB facility includes a retractable roof to shield spectators from the sun and rain, inherently changing the perception of summertime baseball in Florida for generations to come. The bold vision of the County of Miami- Dade, the City of Miami and the Marlins is portrayed through the architecture as a modern, kinetic sculpture of faceted metal and glass.


• 37,000 seats in three seating decks
• Home run porch
• 42 suites
• 8 party suites
• Three-panel retractable roof
• 928,000 square feet on the former Orange Bowl site
• Main concourse average width: 40 feet
• Upper concourse average width: 32 feet
• State of the art concession and restroom amenities
• Western plaza for year-round use
• Taste of Miami food area
• Half-acre retractable window wall
• 4 street-level retail shops
• Street-level team store
• High defi nition scoreboard
• Completed: April 2012

• LEED Gold Certified
• America’s Most Energy-Efficient Baseball Stadium, 2012 – Alliance to Save Energy
• 2012 Forbes top 5 club space in Major League Baseball – Diamond Club

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Location: Little Havana, Miami, Florida, USA

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