Hartford Yard Goats stadium’s insurance elapses, rain of toads forecast for Friday

Your morning Hartford Yard Goats schadenfreude:

Hartford’s $63 million minor league ballpark — now standing unfinished just north of downtown — is not being covered by property insurance in the wake of the city’s decision a week ago to terminate a construction contract with its developer, city auditors said Wednesday.

“The bottom line is the city’s investment in that stadium is not insured for property and contents,” said Craig S. Trujillo, the city’s deputy chief auditor. “There is no insurance on that property for perils, like windstorms, like fires.”

In short, the insurance on Dunkin’ Donuts Park ran out once construction was halted, whether this was because the stadium was done (it’s not) or because it’s in a permanent holding pattern (bingo). And nobody bothered to find out about replacement insurance, so if somebody wants to burn down the unfinished stadium, the city would be screwed. Not that anyone would do such a thing, but given how cursed this stadium is, it’s totally what’s going to happen.


3 comments on “Hartford Yard Goats stadium’s insurance elapses, rain of toads forecast for Friday

  1. Looks like they solved that one at least: http://www.courant.com/real-estate/property-line/hc-hartford-ballpark-insured-20160620-story.html

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