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Rockies' Monfort Hopes New Rooftop Party Deck Draws Younger Demo To Coors Field April 3, 2014 The Rockies' new-look upper deck in right field at Coors Field, which "cost in the neighborhood" of $10M, is something the team "hopes will help them compete with the neighborhood" near the ballpark, according to Nick Groke of the DENVER POST.
The whispered wisdom of Rockies fans holds that Barry Bonds and Jim Thome slammed batting practice home runs safely into the third deck at Coors Field. But consider this a new bar: The first ...
The Rooftop is open two hours before game time, with batting practice drink specials: $3 12-ounce Coors and Coors Light, and 16-ounce craft beers for $6 in April and May. “We took out 3,500 seats to make room for a restaurant and bar area with 38,000 square feet.
This Friday, April 4, is opening day for the Colorado Rockies.The team plays the Arizona Diamondbacks. However, the team is not what people are talking about this season. Since this is also the 20th anniversary of Coors Field, what fans really want to see is the new Rooftop bar that has sprung up above right field. DrinkDenver received a sneak peak.
The spa-like wooden deck is highlighted by an urban garden and surrounded by couches, chairs and a fire pit. The area provides baseball fans with an attractive, inviting space to enjoy the ambiance of Coors field. The durable modular rooftop deck will ensure the new additions stand the test of time.
Yesterday, I wrote a little bit about how this year’s Colorado Rockies Opening Day at Coors Field went and, I’ll admit, left a little teaser about writing more about the rooftop. Well, I like to consider myself a pleaser as well so herein I expound with a more fleshed out review of the new Rooftop area at Coors Field.
Rooftop Deck is a, well, deck (or stack or summary or whatnot) of articles and tweets, primarily about the Colorado Rockies that are either thought-provoking or funny. (Or at least, I think are thought-provoking or funny). Tyler Kepner of the New York Times writes about LaTroy Hawkins quest
It's the biggest addition to the Rockies made in the off season. For the last five months, the team removed part of the upper deck in right field and added in a brand new rooftop deck.
Coors Field is the first major sports venue to re-purpose a major portion of the facility into a rooftop deck – and in the process, the Rockies have created the largest deck or patio in professional sports. Mortenson repurposed the existing 3,500 seats into to 46,000 square feet of rooftop space.
Coors Field – The Rooftop and More Fan Experience Enhancement Projects. After the conclusion of the 2013 season, construction of the new 38,000 square foot Rooftop Deck began, with the Rockies Organization’s goal to enhance the fan experience!
The new rooftop bar is standing room only (or grab a stool if you can) and tickets are reasonably priced. Here you can take in the best views of the mountains and a great view of the field. There is a full bar and they cabanas in the back for a comfortable shaded oasis.
Some other information about the Rockies’ new Rooftop: ? The Rockies are quick to point out that the money used to build the party deck came from a capital construction fund and from a pool of ...
The Tuaca Terrace will be located within the right field Rooftop at Coors Field, the largest rooftop deck in sports, featuring more than 38,000 square feet and incredible panoramic views of the Front Range and the Downtown Denver cityscape.
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Rooftop (Seating Zone) - With 38,000 square feet of standing room, concessions, bars, and common areas, the Rooftop is a great destination for fans who want a more social atmosphere during the ballgame.
The new Rooftop deck at Coors Field is chock full of booze and views. Jonathan Shikes. Dick Monfort talks shop on the Rooftop. The new Rooftop deck at Coors Field is chock full of booze and views.