Newly posted images at the website for El Paso’s upcoming Triple-A ball club are giving the public an up close look at certain sections of the future stadium.
|Two outfield buildings will host group events and parties.|
In particular, greater detail is revealed as to how the two buildings that form the right field perimeter will be used and what the interiors may look like.
|The roof deck will be open air with balcony seating overlooking right field.|
The southernmost, four-story structure will have a roof deck that may offer space for functions as well as balcony seating. The plan shows several tables surrounded by chairs laid out in a dining fashion. This open air deck will shield patrons from the elements with draped canopies.
|Canopies will protect ballpark patrons on the roof deck.|
The third level of this structure may house a bar with additional seating areas for patrons. A bridge will connect this level to the three-level structure immediately to the north. Diagrams label this area as the “Group Sales Deck.”
|A bridge will connect the third level of each outfield building.|
All levels except the first floor of these two buildings look to have balcony seating that overlooks right field. The shorter structure will be crowned with a video scoreboard.
|The Club area of the stadium will have a bar and lounging areas.|
On the other side of the stadium, the Club and Suites areas will be found above the main seating areas, behind and around home plate. The Club area will offer a bar with seating overlooking the field with lounge areas dotting the floor. Suites will located on either side of the Club section.
|Suites will be located on each side of the Club area.|
A groundbreaking ceremony for the stadium was held on May 30, 2013, with a grand opening date set for April of 2014. The entire set of new renderings can be found at elpasotriplea.com/ballpark.