The NFL's Chicago Bears this week released renderings from architectural firm Hart Howerton of proposed developments of the land surrounding the Arlington Heights site the team has acquired to build a new stadium. In a statement, the team says that possible construction of a stadium-anchored development is projected by analysts to create more than 48,000 jobs, generate $9.4 billion in economic impact for the Chicagoland economy and provide $3.9 billion in new labor income to workers across the region. The completed mega-project would create more than 9,750 long-term jobs, generate $1.4 billion in annual economic impact for Chicagoland and provide $601 million in annual labor income to workers across Chicagoland. The Village of Arlington Heights has hired its own expert consultant to review the economic projections, and we look forward to discussing the substantial benefits this project will provide.
Chicago Bears Release Renderings of Proposed Arlington Heights Stadium District
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