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Published March 12, 1999
The parent company of England's Wembley Stadium voted to sell the facility to the English National Stadium Development Company for $171M. SFX and British sports entertainment group Enic had also been trying to buy the stadium (FINANCIAL TIMES, 3/12)....In Atlanta, Henry Unger notes in a progress report on Philips Arena that about half of the 1,800 club seat season-tickets at the arena have been sold for either $8,000 or $9,500 each (CONSTITUTION, 3/12).