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AutoZone Park

Memphis, TN

The centerpiece of the successful 20-acre, mixed-use Memphis Ballpark District, the 14,000-seat AutoZone Park is home to the AAA Redbirds. Red brick, glass and exposed steel truss work recall vintage ballparks and acknowledge the city’s historic warehouse district. Bold graphics and sports signage, engaging artwork, and a large, iconic slugger announce the entry plaza as a recognizable meeting place before games and define a year-round neighborhood park for community events.

Awards

Congress for the New Urbanism

  • Award - The Neighborhood, District, and Corridor

Urban Land Institute

  • Award for Excellence Special Category

Building Design & Construction Building Team Project of the Year Awards

  • Merit Award Commercial

National Commercial Builders Council Awards of Excellence

  • Grand Award

AIA Tennessee

  • Award of Merit

AIA Memphis

  • Award of Excellence

ASID Tennessee Chapter

  • Architectural Institutional Gold Award

Memphis Heritage and Memphis Landmarks Commission Preservation Awards

  • New Construction Award

Memphis City Beautiful Commission’s Beautiful Business Awards

  • Mayor’s Award of Excellence

Baseballparks.com’s New Minor League Park of the Year

Publications

Urban Spaces No. 3

Building Design & Construction

New Urban News

Hartford Courant

USA Today

The New York Times

Developing Sports

Convention

Performing Arts Centers

Time Magazine

Urban Land

Multifamily Executive

Architectural Record

The Washington Post

Architects | Designers | Planners
Memphis
50 South B.B. King Blvd.
Suite 600
Memphis, TN 38103
901.521.1440
Baton Rouge
1680 Lobdell Avenue
Suite E
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
225.928.4905
Celebration
AR91636
671 Front St., Suite 220
Celebration, FL 34747
407.566.2575
Dallas
150 Turtle Creek Boulevard
Suite 104D
Dallas, TX 75207
214.389.3816
Little Rock
319 President Clinton Ave.
Suite 201
Little Rock, AR 72201
501.246.3950
New Orleans
643 Magazine Street
Suite 102
New Orleans, LA 70130
504.558.1885
Princeton
217 Nassau Street
Princeton, NJ 08542
609.683.3600
Philadelphia
Public Ledger Building
Suite 756
150 S. Independence Mall W.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
267.804.7040