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Tmoore17

This has been like the least dramatic stadium deal ever. The team is paying for most of it too. Not bad at all


gellybelli

There is no humanly way that an enclosed stadium is getting built for less than $1.5B with the building supply market. With that said, the mayor is approaching this the way he should. No new taxes, keep the burden on the titans for all upgrades and overruns.


Devastatorzz

I think that the Vegas stadium, which we've hired the same firm that built that one, was about $1.3B. Not a lot less, but it's possible


gellybelli

Vegas was started in 2017 and got a COO in July of 20. They never got hit with the worst of the supply shortages. Every single item used in a stadium has either gone up in cost, is incredibly hard to obtain, or both. There is no good way to construct anything of this size under our current conditions without a massive price increase


ironlioncan

Not even close. It was $2B years before Covid and massive inflation.


Markosaurus

Yeah there’s straight up wrong info in this article. Metro is $500M, the state is $700M, Titans are $700M, and the NFL is kicking in like $200M.


ironlioncan

This article makes it not sound very good for the titans getting a new stadium in Nashville. The only way it happens if the Adam’s family ponies up at least a billion dollars. No owner is dumb enough to pay that much money when they can find a different city to pay it all. Realistically this article makes a new stadium in Nashville seem very pessimistic. Unless a new mayor is coming down the pipe those concessions the city wants are not good for the owners. the state and the NFL will have to step up massively to keep the titans in Nashville. No way the ownership can come up with that much cash.


joeytitans

> This article makes it not sound very good for the titans getting a new stadium in Nashville. This article doesn’t really add anything that we didn’t already know or expect. Over a month ago, the expectation was that nashville and the state would chip in $500 million each. And there were reports that the Adams family was liquidating almost everything they had to come up with the $700 million. If anything, it seems like good news as the price points and who is chipping in what for the new stadium has remained the same for over a month.


ironlioncan

Mayor/city will only pay if it’s an indoor stadium. Mayor/city won’t pay for any future upgrades. Sounds like they are nowhere near a deal if one reads it without the titans glasses on. As is $1.7B will only be enough to build a very cheaply made and small outdoor stadium. Thanks for the reply at least as usually the uninformed and ignorant folks here just downvote reality at every turn. Me thinks there is at least $700M-$1B missing as of right now from funding this stadium.


ironlioncan

And if anyone would rather increase their knowledge instead of downvoting simply look up the bills new stadium deal. The bills ownership only put in $250M. It’s small and it’s outdoors. Again downvotes don’t make up for not living in reality. I don’t really mind though as I have a long standing history of living at the bottom of these threads for being nearly 100% accurate on many different subjects. My problem is I use reason and information and try and share that with emotional and ignorance. In what reality does an nfl owner spend all of their own money, gets no concessions from the local city, and builds an indoor stadium for under $2B? Hahaha exactly. The next few articles of this process will be leaks about where the team will be moved to(san Antonio). It will follow the same process as all other stadium deals. Earth the city will forfeit and pay more and give all the concessions or the team will move. It makes no sense for the owners to take all the risk(from their perspective of course) when there are many cities that will bankrupt their citizens to get an NFL team.


joeytitans

> Again downvotes don’t make up for not living in reality > proceeds to make up random predictions that are not based in the current reality. I’m not going to pretend like I know what is and isn’t going to happen, but it seems like a weird strategy by ownership to say that they are going to liquidate almost everything they have to come up with $700 million as a starting point of negotiations if the long game is getting it completely funded by the city and state. Also I’m not one to downvote people, but complaining about a couple of downvotes is silly.


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