RECENT ARTICLES
  • Sports Complex Could Provide $100M Economic Impact

    by Laura McCrystal February 2017

    A multi-use sports complex in Montgomery County could generate $100 million in local economic impact in its first five years, according to a study commissioned by a board that promotes tourism in the county.

  • Zoning Commission Approves D.C. United Stadium

    by Julia Brouillette February 2017

    D.C. United cleared the final hurdle in a decade-long push to build a Major League Soccer stadium in the District, receiving unanimous approval from the city's zoning commission.

  • D.C. United Inks Stadium Naming Rights Deal

    by Thomas Floyd February 2017

    Now, with the Major League Soccer team poised to secure final approval from the D.C. Zoning Commission on Thursday, the United faithful have an official name for their soccer-specific stadium: Audi Field.

  • Season Tickets at 'Intimate' Chargers Venue Pricey

    by Scott M. Reid February 2017

    The Chargers' return to the Los Angeles-Orange County market will offer local fans a unique NFL experience in the relatively intimate setting of the 30,000-seat StubHub Center. That experience will also come with a unique price tag. The Chargers' average 2017 season ticket price will cost $192 per game.

  • Construction May Limit Miami's Spring Game Plans

    by Matt Porter February 2017

    It's possible the University of Miami will not have a traditional spring game -- Hard Rock Stadium will not be available because of construction.

  • Georgia Dome Liquidates Contents Ahead of Demolition

    by Tim Tucker February 2017

    A St. Louis-based company has been hired to sell various pieces of the Dome that aren't slated for reuse: seats, lockers, signs, pieces of artificial turf, furniture from the suites, you name it.

  • Transforming Heinz Field to a Hockey Venue

    by Chris Adamski February 2017

    Heinz Field typically lies dormant in mid-February. Not this year -- not with the Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers scheduled to play there Feb. 25.

  • Midwestern State Weighs Stadium Project, Budget

    by Lana Sweeten-Shults February 2017

    "We have started to try to identify potential donors for a stadium," MSU President Suzanne Shipley said at the university's board of regents meeting Thursday. "It's right there in the forefront of our planning."

  • Post-Olympics Rio Resembles Ghost Town

    by Stephen Wade February 2017

    Six months after South America's first games, the floodgates have burst. Rio organizers still owe creditors about $40 million. Four of the new arenas in the main Olympic Park have failed to find private-sector management, and ownership has passed to the federal government.

  • Va. Beach Arena Developers Confident over Deadline

    by Butch Maier February 2017

    In an email sent exclusively to Inside Business on Feb. 2, United States Management Chief Executive Officer Andrea Kilmer and USM Chief Financial Officer Valerie Wilkinson said they "intend to meet the March 8 deadline" for a loan commitment for the proposed $210 million, 18,000-seat sports and entertainment arena.