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Year Open: 2010
Cost: $522 million
Naming terms: 25 years, $125 million
Exp. Date: 2033
Tenants: Minnesota Twins (MLB)
After acquiring the naming rights for Target Center, Minneapolis-based Target Corp. bought the rights to the Twins' new stadium in 2008. With two venues in Minneapolis, it is the only company with two major deals in the same city.