Lots of brick is evident, which I adore, and blends perfectly with adjacent restaurants, bars, hotels and stores a few blocks from the large government building complex. Though the capital city skyline is behind the grandstand, a 360-degree wraparound concourse enables stellar views.
A party patio is located in left field, where patrons stand above an additional scoreboard built into the outfield wall and beneath a professional-level LED scoreboard. There is also berm seating down most of right field side and center field offers an amphitheater style set up to accommodate additional spectators. All non-berm seats are green fold-down types, no more than 15 rows deep.
Modern comfort with old-fashioned uniqueness is the best description of our experience. There are 20 luxury suites available, six of those are cabana style, constructed within the old train terminal. All suites have plush couches, food, televisions and more. In essence, instead of knocking down old buildings, the franchise incorporated them into their digs.