NickButera Posted August 24, 2017 Share Posted August 24, 2017 Let's keep an ongoing thread (2 year thread?!) about the progress of the new stadium. 8/17-FAA has announced it won't impact air traffic, but still has more studies to do before certain work can begin, looks like the FAA is working towards helping push up the timetable so it won't push the timetable back: https://www.reviewjournal.com/business/stadium/faa-las-vegas-raiders-stadium-wont-impact-mccarran-traffic/ Many documents still being agreed upon: Quote The package of to-be-approved documents includes one that will bind the Raiders to Sin City for 30 years, another to regulate the sale of personal seat licenses and a third that by law is supposed to ensure the greatest possible participation by the local community in the design, construction and operation of the stadium. Also pending is an agreement that would allow the University of Nevada, Las Vegas football team to use the venue. https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2017/08/17/raiders-working-on-long-to-do-list-for-las-vegas-stadium/104704322/ PSL's look to be relatively affordable: Quote The team wants to kick off the 2020 season at a 65,000-seat stadium that would have views of the Las Vegas Strip. Badain told the board the average cost of a Raiders personal seat license will be about $4,000 per seat. Some will be much lower and others much higher. Interesting stat: https://www.silverandblackpride.com/2017/8/21/16171868/las-vegas-raiders-deposits-suggest-strong-support-mostly-from-outside-nevada Quote McCabe says early PSL money shows 43% coming from Nevada, 29% from California and 28% from other locations McCabe’s figures are based on the $100-refundable deposits that went on sale. And right now, according to Raidersbeat.com, the Raiders have sold around 50,000 deposits. 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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