Updated renderings of new Lookouts Stadium

See an update on the South Broad district revitalization project.


The updated plans include a large stadium that can hold ~10,000 folks.

Rendering by New City Properties via The City of Chattanooga

Last summer, Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly + former Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger announced a plan to revitalize the South Broad district.

Now, we have a development update on the new multi-use stadium + future home of the Chattanooga Lookouts.

The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Sports Authority has released updated renderings on the plans for the new stadium — done in partnership with New City Properties and Perimeter Properties. Spanning 140 acres, the rebuild will redevelop, revitalize + incorporate historical buildings into the plans.


The new stadium will be a catalyst for development on the US Pipe and Wheland Foundry Site.

Rendering by New City Properties via The City of Chattanooga

The executive summary states the Lookouts will pay at least $75 million to build + maintain the stadium over the course of a 30-year lease. The team’s rent will start at $1 million per year — one of the highest rents for a minor league baseball team.

The stadium is projected to open in 2025. Check out more information on the future of South Broad + funding data.

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