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Built on a re-developed site in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, Target Field’s eight-acre site is the smallest and the most unique in Major League Baseball. Enclosed on four sides by an interstate, two rail lines, and a highway bridge, the ballpark actually covers a total of 10.5 acres; cleverly designed to extend over the surrounding roadways in order to gain additional acreage. So whether fans arrive by foot, bike, bus, car, light rail or commuter rail, the ballpark is one of the most accessible urban sports facilities in the United States where fans can enjoy superior sight lines from every seat and spectacular views of the Minneapolis skyline.

Target Field is LEED Silver Certified.


Dan Mehls Dan Mehls Vice President, Project Development Email | 763.287.5291


Ballpark of the Year Award - Ballpark Digest, 2010

Economic Impact Award - Brownfield Renewal, 2010

Grand Award Winner - American Council of Engineering Companies of Minnesota, 2010

Sports Facility of the Year - Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal, 2011

SHARP Certification Award - OSHA Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program, 2010

Project of the Year - Upper Midwest Chapter Construction Partnering Program, 2010

Top Project Award - Finance and Commerce, 2010