©EDSA | Ballpark of the Palm Beach | Baseball Game


©EDSA | Ballpark of the Palm Beach | Ballpark Aerial View


A hallmark of sports tradition, the 6,500-seat stadium serves as the host venue for the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals. Conveying an authentic theme, the tropical landscape is showcased with a compelling hardscape and features that focus on the fan experience, team interaction, and engagement. An intuitive arrival court and circulation pattern build excitement while vehicular accessibility and navigation is balanced with safe pedestrian connections.

©EDSA | Ballpark of the Palm Beach | Ballpark Seating

The experiential layout plays up the notion of undulating landscapes of different scales with bold formal statements, axial views, palm-lined pedestrian streets, water elements, landscape berms, pedestrian bridges, and a central plaza. Beyond spring training, the destination functions as a hotspot for events, corporate functions, and festivals. Highlighted by the stadium, the campus footprint also includes a city park with a large playground, splash-park, lighted basketball courts, and a 1.8-mile walking trail.

Merging contemporary elements of the stadium architecture with a landscape design grounded in green technology, EDSA’s design for the ballpark and its immediate environs, support the goal of defining the $144 million ballpark as the ultimate sports and leisure destination.

  • ©EDSA | Ballpark of the Palm Beach | Home Plate and Team Mascots
  • ©EDSA | Ballpark of the Palm Beach | Baseball Game
  • ©EDSA | Ballpark of the Palm Beach | Ballpark Entrance
  • ©EDSA | Ballpark of the Palm Beach | Ballpark Entry Walk

Project Details

    • Location West Palm Beach, Florida
    • Client HKS Architects
    • Scope Conceptual Design
      Schematic Design
      Design Development
    • Scale 160 Acres