|Location||Detroit, United States of America|
Often referred to as 'Comerica', the Comerica Park is an open-air ballpark, situated in downtown Detroit, Michigan, United States. The construction work was commenced on 29th October 1997 in which an estimated amount of $300 million was spent. It was finally opened to the public on 11th April 2000. The chief architecture firm that designed the legendary ballpark was Populous (then known as HOK Sport), SHG Inc. and Rockwell Group. The entire field is installed with Kentucky bluegrass. The Comerica Park is owned by the Detroit-Wayne County Stadium Authority and is operated by Olympia Entertainment. It has been the home of the Detroit Tigers of the Major League Baseball (MLB) since 2000. Although Comerica has since moved its headquarters to Dallas, the bank still retains a large presence in the Detroit area. The stadium has a capacity of 41,083 seats. Public transportation to the park is available through the Detroit People Mover at Grand Circus Park and the QLine at Montcalm Street, in addition to SMART for regional suburban routes and DDOT. Comerica Park is on the original site of Detroit College of Law.
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