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Raiders, Developers Zero In On Preferred Vegas Site; Demand $750M In Public MoneyPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 26 / 16
The Raiders, Las Vegas Sands and Majestic Realty have "zeroed in on a site" and a $1.9B budget for a proposed 65,000-seat football stadium in Las Vegas, but they if $750M in hotel room tax revenue "isn't authorized for the project, the dome ... won't be built," according to a front-page pi...
Joe Ellis, the NFL''s VP/Club Administration & Stadium Management, is "the choice to lead construction of" the 49ers new stadium and mall complex at Candlestick Point, according to sources of Chuck Fi
In Pittsburgh, officials expect to have a naming-rights deal for the Civic Arena wrapped up in about two weeks. "Major hurdles" that have to be overcome include whether Allegheny Energy or another com
The CO State Senate gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a $266M taxpayer subsidy to help build a new stadium for the Broncos, according to Peggy Lowe of the DENVER POST. The measure passed 20 to 15 "
The Rockets believe a new arena can be built in Houston for $158M, which would place it in the "middle range" of such U.S. facilities. In a letter to Harris County-Houston Sports Authority members, Ro
The Metro Denver Football Stadium District Board choose Denver-based architects Fentress & Bradburn and the architectural firm HNTB to design the Broncos'' new stadium, according to Ann Imse of the RO
Bears VP/Ops Ted Phillips said that the team is "considering several possible stadium locations in the suburbs ... but the team is nowhere close to forging a deal for any site," according to Suzy Fris
Redskins President John Kent Cooke officially announced a $25M, privately-financed project of additions and renovations to Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, according to Thomas Heath of the WASHINGTON POST. Im
The USTA is "replacing" NY-based Sportservice Corp. as its current food service provider at the U.S. Open. Food revenues at the Open last year were estimated at $10M (N.Y. TIMES, 2/20)....Despite "bro
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft and MA Senate President Thomas Birmingham unveiled a plan yesterday for Kraft to build a $200M privately-financed stadium in Foxboro in exchange for $72M in state aid and K
The Maryland Stadium Authority "is confident there will be more parking than ever available" at Camden Yards, by securing more than 6,000 spots for Ravens games and 5,300 for Orioles games (Baltimore