The ball is rolling to sell Chase Field.
The Stadium District signing a letter of intent.
The goal: keep the team at the stadium and make Chase Field a profitable place.
It is no secret the Diamondbacks and Maricopa County have struggled over how to pay for repairs and upkeep at Chase Field, but now there may be a break in this impasse.
The Maricopa County Stadium District board of governors are hopeful private investors can put money into the ballpark and work with the D-backs to make chase field a continuing success story.
"The great philosopher Bruce Arians said no risk it no biscuit this is a risk to step out and do something great for the community keep Diamondbacks baseball here 2020 and beyond," said Clint Hickman of the Maricopa County Stadium District.
Wednesday's vote is for a letter of intent with stadium real estate partners Two LLC and the Integral Group of Atlanta to buy Chase Field.
"I don't want to get too wedded to the idea of 60 million or not. We have to get appraisal done that will tell what fair market value is not a fire sale pennies on the dollar it is the fair market value," Steve Church of the Maricopa County Stadium District.
The Diamondbacks would have to sign off on the deal to have it move forward.
There is a two-month window to come to an agreement on the sale under the letter of intent.