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STATE OF THE NFL STADIUMS: COLLECT ALL 29 PROFILES!
Published October 20, 1994
THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY has compiled information on the NFL's stadiums and continues an occasional series of profiles today with Three Rivers Stadium. A baseball-only facility is currently under study in Pittsburgh.
Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, PA.
|AGE:||Built in 1970.|
|CAPACITY:||59,500 for football, 47,000 for baseball.|
|LUXURY BOXES:||115 luxury boxes - Steelers control 11 skyboxesthey constructed -- others controlled bythe Stadium Authority.|
|OWNERSHIP:||Owned and Operated by the City of Pittsburgh.|
|CONCESSIONS:ARA Services. Concessions split 60/40. Of the 40%,the Stadium||Authority receives 70%, the teams 30%.|
|PARKING:||3,500 spots, operated by Alco Parking ofPittsburgh. $5 a car.|
|LEASE:||Steelers lease expires 1999, Pirates 2010.|
|ADVERTISING:||Teams and stadium share advertising revenue, eachgetting 1/3. Estimate of total advertising salesis $2.7-$3.0 million.|
|RENT:||$852,233 per year.|
|PUBLIC $:||Annual public subsidy of $3.7 million.|