Compadre Stadium site to become gated community development

Compadre Stadium

Compadre StadiumThe Chandler City Council voted Thursday night in favor of a housing development that will result in the demolition and demise of the Compadre Stadium ballpark, the Phoenix Business Journal reports.

The abandoned stadium was home to the Milwaukee Brewers from 1986 to 1997. The council vote moves forward a plan with 318 homes and townhomes in a gated community near near Alma School and Ocotillo roads.

Demolition on the remaining bleachers, dugouts and other remaining parts of the ballpark could begin as early as next week, the newspaper reported.

Standard Pacific Homes — which has a dozen housing developments in the Phoenix market and is a Rose Law Group client — is the builder for the Compadre site.

“We’re excited to move forward with creating the move-up community of Echelon at Ocotillo,” Pat Moroney, Phoenix president for Standard Pacific Homes, told the paper “This is an important piece of land in the City of Chandler and we’re incorporating thoughtful details into the all-new home designs that cater specifically to the tastes and preferences of Chandler area home shoppers.”

Chandler Economic Development Director Christine Mackay said her city is not interested in getting another spring training team, but is instead focused on high-wage and technology jobs.

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