Cashman Field and Las Vegas City Hall
Mayor Goodman welcomes the development of Cashman Field into a Downtown Las Vegas NFL Stadium welcoming football teams like the Raiders. As you can see from recent photographs, Cashman is on a high mountain with a stadium that would look over the entire city. From the mountains near the Mormon Temple on Hollywood Boulevard to the iconic Stratosphere Tower over the Neon Sign Museum next door. Cashman is high, the stadium would be like an Eagle’s Nest high on the mountain top along Las Vegas Boulevard.
Tourists attractions next door include the famous:
Las Vegas Natural History Museum
City Officials are studying the plans that update research on a stadium at Cashman Field, which include data on;
The City made presentations to the Sands and Oakland Raiders Team including the Governor, Al Davis and Sheldon Adelson
Better access and infrastructure
850 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101Cashman Field is a stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada owned and operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Its primary use is for baseball, and is the home field of the Las Vegas 51s Triple-A minor league baseball team, an affiliate of the New York Mets. Also, Cashman Field was home to the Triple-A World Series from 1998 until 2000.
Cashman Field opened in 1983, which makes it the second-oldest stadium in the Pacific Coast League and the third-oldest stadium in Triple-A baseball