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Charlotte's Mecklenburg County Releases Details Of Proposed $175M MLS Stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 23 / 17

Mecklenburg County (N.C.) last Friday "released details of a proposed" $175M MLS stadium for which the county and city of Charlotte are "each asked to contribute" up to $43.75M, according to Henderson & Portillo of the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. The local ownership group of SMI's Bruton and Marcus...

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