Cleveland Indians Premium Club Suite

Hospitality
Cleveland, OH
Cleveland Indians Premium Club Suite

For this major league ballpark renovation project, eleven private suites at Progressive Field were converted into a spacious 5,000 SF, 120-seat entertainment venue. The generous resulting interior space completely opens up to the outdoor, tiered balcony seating via full-width sliding glass doors. With the outdoor and indoor spaces linked together, patrons are given the opportunity to sit outside on the balcony or inside in a restaurant setting.

The indoor area also opens directly into the Indians broadcast booth to allow fans to participate in pre- and post-game interactions with the broadcasters. Cleveland Indians baseball memorabilia is displayed in backlit display cases, while the game can be viewed over multiple TV monitors integrated into maple veneer walls. A key element of the design is the use of red LED lighting, providing an indirect surprising splash of color to the space.

A full-service bar and refreshment area serve guests throughout the duration of their visit. High-end finishes in the ADA-compliant restrooms were developed in an adjacent space. The entrance to the suite is highlighted by large scale ballpark graphics and two Cleveland Indians red columns, which frame a direct view of the field through the expense of full height glass at the suite entrance.

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