Klokwerks Breaks Ground at Tiger Stadium

Klokwerks has created a series of vivid renderings and animations that bring Rossetti’s designs dramatically to life. We will soon be releasing an interactive web portal that celebrates the greatness of this sacred baseball ground, complete with historical facts and an immersive 3D tour of the field and residence.

Tiger Stadium was home to the Detroit Tigers for nearly a hundred years, and saw 11,111 home runs go over the wall. One of those was believed to be the longest homer ever hit, approximately 600 feet, by a New York Yankees rookie named Babe Ruth.

The Tigers played their last game there in 1999, and in 2006 the stadium was demolished. A group of dedicated volunteers have kept the legend alive, and continue to maintain the baseball field for youth leagues.

The Corner will preserve the fabled glory of Tiger Stadium, wrapping itself respectfully around the edges of the field, and honouring its history in numerous affectionate details throughout the property.

Klokwerks Breaks Ground at Tiger Stadium

Klokwerks Breaks Ground at Tiger Stadium

Detroit’s iconic landmark will soon be home plate for The Corner, a fresh new residence for Corktown’s young professionals.