Crossville Hits a Home Run at the Palm Beach Ballpark
For the moment, the bats are quiet at the recently completed Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, the spring training home of the World Champion Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals. The facility is conveniently located just off I-95 in the heart of West Palm Beach. The 7,700 capacity stadium facility features a fantastic wrap-around concourse, ample parking, inviting sightlines and unique fan areas to enhance the Spring Training experience.
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Designers opted for the popular wood-look from Crossville with the Wood Impressions series in the dining areas as well as the private viewing boxes.
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Photographs and article by G. Richard Booth