San Diego Voters Still Skeptical Of Stadium Cowboys Tout Stadium Club Restaurant Barclays Center Ice "Unplayable" On Friday Kraft Wants New Revolution Stadium In Boston United Signs On At Warriors' New Arena MLB Rangers Bump Up Texas Live! Date Maryland Raises Half Its Goal For Cole Field House Facility Notes Univ. Of Tennessee Completes Neyland Stadium Study Kentucky Lawmakers Ask For Audit Of Yum! Center
Published November 8, 1994
The Anne Arundel County (MD) Economic Development Corp., a nonprofit organization, commissioned the consulting firm of Arthur Andersen to conduct an economic study of the proposed $160M, 78,600-seat stadium that Jack Kent Cooke would like to build in Laurel, MD. The study will examine three main areas: the money spent in the county and state on the project; the number of jobs that would be created; and public sector revenues generated by the project (WASHINGTON TIMES, 11/8)....Under the headline, "Divided on United," Daryl Van Schouwen writes about fans reactions to the new United Center under subhead: "Season- ticket holders giving mixed reviews" (CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 11/6).