Dodger Stadium underwent an estimated $100 million renovation following its purchase in May 2012 by Guggenheim Baseball Management.
The new owners retained esteemed preservation architect Brenda Levin as part of the team overseeing upgrades to enhance comfort yet retain the stadium’s classic 1960s design.
The renovations focus on two aspects of the ballpark: technology upgrades and enhanced comfort for patrons, including restrooms and concessions. Technology upgrades include installing high-definition video boards in the left and right fields while restoring the unique hexagonal shape of both scoreboards.
Improvements for comfort include widening concourses, adding more ADA-accessible seating, and expanding and renovating restrooms on the Loge, Reserve, and Top Deck levels.