A rendering of the project, known as "Rays 360",
viewed from the RF concourse.
"These renovations reflect our constant commitment to providing a first class gameday experience at Tropicana Field," said Rays Principal Owner Stuart Sternberg. "A visit to the ballpark will be even more enjoyable because of these new features and attractions."
The project will require 3,000 seats to be removed, reducing max capacity at the Trop to 31,042. The project is expected to cost $1.3 million with the funds being provided by the City of St. Petersburg who voted to approve the project late last month. The funds come from a pool of money set aside specifically for possible renovations to Tropicana Field and must be approved by the City Council to be used.
You can read the press release at RaysBaseball.com for more information and to see more renderings of the project.