$11M Outfield apartments to be open by summer 2016
LANSING – You don’t have to be a season ticket holder to get good seats to Lansing Lugnuts’ games.
By opening day in April, the top level of the $11 million Outfield apartments is expected to be completed, with 14 of 28 apartments looking toward home plate at Cooley Law School Stadium.
“You’re not going to miss anything with this view,” said developer Patrick Gillespie as he stood on one of the unfinished balconies. “When the field is full and the lights are on, it’s a cool view.”
By June, all 84 rooms will be finished on The Gillespie Group's three-story development, which is built on top of a one-story concourse that includes the stadium’s craft restaurant Good Hops and a banquet facility called The View. Half the apartments face the ballpark, with the other half overlooking the Lansing Brewing Co.