We will be getting tax rebates for the work done for baseball until 2023.
As for rebates the Bucs get the same tax rebate the dolphisn get for building the new stadium.
2 million dollars. if Oscar branyon said this he is wrong.
this is a list of teams that gett he rebates
Here are the eight teams in Florida receiving the $2 million annual tax rebate:
Facility name Certified entity Franchise First Payment Final Payment Total payments to date Sun Life Stadium Dolphins Stadium/ South Florida Stadium Florida (Miami) Marlins 06/94 06/2023 $39,166,745 Everbank Field City of Jacksonville Jacksonville Jaguars 06/94 05/2024 $37,333,408 Tropicana Field City of St. Petersburg Tampa Bay Rays 06/95 06/2025 $35,166,737 Tampa Bay Times Forum Tampa Sports Authority Tampa Bay Lightning 09/95 08/2025 $34,833,403 BB&T Center Broward County Florida Panthers
08/96 07/2026 $33,000,066 Raymond James Stadium Hillsborough County Tampa Bay Buccaneers
01/97 12/2026 $32,166,731 American Airlines Arena BPL, LTD Miami Heat 03/98 03/2028 $29,666,726 Amway Center City of Orlando Orlando Magic 02/08 01/2038
well let me rephrase technically because they were playing in Joe robbie it was due to renovation to accomodate MArlins but the dolphins are the recipient of the rebate as owner of the stadium. Huzienga owned the stadium at this time.
Plus, the Miami Dolphins want $3 million a year in tax breaks for the next 30 years for renovations at Sun Life Stadium. The team also gets that $2 million annual tax rebate.