Petco Park

Petco Park is a baseball park located in the downtown area of San Diego, California, United States, that is the current home to the San Diego Padres of Major... Wikipedia

  • Address:  19 Tony Gwynn Drive
  • Location:  San Diego, California
  • Public transit:  12th & Imperial Transit Center Add→
  • Owner:  City of San Diego: 70%, San Diego Padres: 30%
  • Operator:  Padres LP
  • Executive suites:  75
  • Capacity:  40,209 (2017–present), 40,162 (2016), 41,164 (2015), 42,302 (2014), 42,524 (2013), 42,691 (2008–2012), 42,445 (2004–2007)
  • Record attendance:  45,567
  • Field size:  Left field Line – 334 ft (101.8 m), Left field – 357 ft (108.81 m), Left field alley – 390 ft (118.87 m), Center field – 396 ft (120.7 m), Right field alley – 391 ft (119.18 m), Right field – 382 ft (116.43 m), Right field line – 322 ft (98.15 m)
  • Surface:  BullsEye Bermuda (Grass)
  • Broke ground:  May 3, 2000
  • Opened:  April 8, 2004
  • Construction cost:  US$450 million, ($ in 2015 Dollars)
  • Architect:  Populous (then HOK Sport), Antoine Predock (design), Spurlock Poirier (landscape), ROMA (urban planning), Heritage Architecture & Planning (Historic Preservation)
  • Project manager:  JMI Sports, LLC.
  • Structural engineer:  Thornton Tomasetti
  • Services engineer:  M–E Engineers, Inc.
  • General contractor:  San Diego BallPark Builders (a joint venture of Clark Construction Group Inc, Nielsen Dillingham Builders Inc. And Douglas E. Barnhart Inc.)
  • Data source:  DuckDuckGo
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