SBD/7/Facilities Venues


     Mile High Stadium, originally built in 1947 for the minor
league Denver Bears, became home to the Broncos in the early-
60's.  The Broncos are one of the few teams in the NFL who don't
share in any luxury seating, advertising, or parking revenue.
Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen has asked the City of Denver for
assistance to build a new facility, but as of now, nothing is
STADIUM: Mile High Stadium, Denver, Colorado
AGE: Built in 1947.
CAPACITY: 76,123 -- 5th highest in NFL.
OWNERSHIP: Owned and operated by the City and County of Denver.
COST: $150,000
LUXURY SEATS: 60 Luxury boxes, 30 Loge boxes -- managed by the City and County of Denver.
CONCESSIONS: ARA & City of Parks and Recreation. The city receives 42% of gross concessions after taxes. The city also gets 26% of all catering items to concessions such as private boxes.
PARKING: Roughly 10,500 spots. Cars $5. City gets revenue.
ADVERTISING: Handled by the City and County of Denver.
LEASE: Expires in 2008.
RENT: Estimated at $1.3M -- 14th highest in NFL.

(Source: Margaret Geddes, Mile High Stadium; rent figure from Florida-Times Union article on July 24, 1994).
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