ASHWAUBENON, WI—After years of planning and problems, two Midwest stadiums claim to be finally moving forward on large redevelopment plans next to their ballparks. The Green Bay Packers have signed a lease with Cabela's to anchor a planned development zone near Lambeau Field in Ashwaubenon, WI, and the St. Louis Cardinals, in partnership with the Cordish Cos., have signed a few restaurants to anchor the first phase of the $550-million Ballpark Village.

In June, Cabela's said it would construct a 100,000-square-foot store on 21 acres at US Route 41 and Lombardi Avenue. The Packers own more than 28 acres to the west of their stadium and have been trying to get the Titletown Development off the ground for some time. This is the first project announced for the development.

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