That's not it. Let's just say Virginia Beach actually beats the odds and this thing is successful, it would make the Oceanfront much worse than it is during the summer. I'm not sure if that lot lands in the official crash zone of Oceana, but I can't imagine them too happy with more expensive crap in the area either. If it's not successful, there are only so many minor league teams that need someplace to train during the off season. I really think the city is better off attempting to fix what it has already, that's what it comes down to behind my reasoning.