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Andreas Apostolopoulos

Electrical Engineer

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Electrical Engineer

Andreas Apostolopoulos


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Old, Empty Stadiums Could Be Last-Minute Gifts - WSJ.com | Leeb Partners

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The developer, Andreas Apostolopoulos, spent last week in Pontiac and says he is in discussions with Major League Soccer to bring a team to the Detroit area.
He says the stadium might not be quite the bargain it appears, given the amount he'll have to invest to bring the facility up to speed. "There's a lot of work to do first," he says.


Pontiac awarded $25,000 judgment after Silverdome lawsuit - theoaklandpress.com | Leeb Partners

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Then-Emergency Manager Fred Leeb auctioned the stadium in 2009 for $583,000 to Canadian developer Andreas Apostolopoulos.


A Tale of Two Arenas: Detroit's Silverdome vs. Pittsburgh's Civic Arena | Leeb Partners

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Though the Silverdome was built for $55.7 million in 1975, it sold for a paltry $583,000 in 2009 to Toronto-based developer Andreas Apostolopoulos.
Major publications explored the sale as yet another metaphor for Pontiac's downfall. One Pontiac resident told the Washington Post the sale made the city look like "the laughingstock of the country." But in retrospect, the Silverdome sale doesn't look so bad. Instead of spending millions in tax dollars to demolish the stadium and clear 127 acres of land, the Silverdome is still operational; Apostolopoulos has spent millions of his own to rehab the facility and is working on a deal to host a Major League Soccer team. discussion with Silverdome's owner, Andreas Apostolopoulos. Pfaffman says Apostolopoulos expressed interest in purchasing the Igloo and contracting it to Montreal-based Cirque Du Soleil.


Silver Stallion | Leeb Partners

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Then-Emergency Manager Fred Leeb auctioned the stadium in 2009 for $583,000 to Canadian developer Andreas Apostolopoulos.
The developer, Andreas Apostolopoulos, spent last week in Pontiac and says he is in discussions with Major League Soccer to bring a team to the Detroit area. He says the stadium might not be quite the bargain it appears, given the amount he'll have to invest to bring the facility up to speed. "There's a lot of work to do first," he says.


Pontiac Silverdome to be demolished - Channel4000

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"We have reached a point where we must say goodbye to what was once one of the world's greatest venues," Andreas Apostolopoulos, CEO of Triple Investment Group told WDIV.


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