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Designers work ‘inside out’ on D.C. changes

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 08 / 29 / 16

D.C. United broke ground on its planned 19,000-seat Buzzard Point stadium in April, but something was, and still is, missing: An approved stadium design. The team, with architects Populous and Marshall Moya Design, has been quiet on that front since the D.C. Zoning Commission had its first take i...

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