Andrew Ravens, a spokesman for Eastern Bank, confirmed the bank’s interest.
“We’re actively lending money to fund projects in the communities we serve,” he wrote in an e-mail. “We’re always looking for more opportunities to invest, so naturally, we’re exploring this project and others.”
Bok also plans to sell naming rights to various areas in the park, such as the concourse, dugouts, and the stadium itself. National Grid would have first crack at naming rights. If the utility declines, the lease would prohibit NStar from being considered, Bok said.
“The document specifically states that it will not be NStar Stadium,” Bok said, smiling.