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Clockwise from top left: the AEG-MGM arena, UNLV's stadium project, a Summerlin baseball park, a defunct rooftop hockey venue at the Plaza, a downtown arena plan at Symphony Park and an arena project next to the SLS at the north end of the Strip. See story here. (Files, Las Vegas Review-Journal)


People wonder: Can you build one stadium?

With UNLV seeking a publicly funded campus stadium and Findlay chasing a subsidized downtown sports venue, Rock Rocheleau asked the car dealership chain executive during a stadium information meeting: “Maybe the two of you can come together and build one stadium?” It’s a fairly common question, but there’s more than one answer to the question.

UNLV stadium board quietly closes up shop

While the city of Las Vegas is entrenched in a high-profile soccer stadium debate, the UNLV stadium board unceremoniously closed shop Thursday as the panel planned to ship a campus football/multi-purpose stadium report to the state Legislature to meet a Sept. 30 deadline.

Parking just one obstacle to downtown soccer stadium

Among the many obstacles the $200 soccer stadium in downtown Las Vegas is parking. A representative of Las Vegas North Premium Outlets, the mall at 875 S. Grand Central Parkway near the proposed stadium site that offers about 2,350 free parking spaces, said, “Parking is a real issue for us.”

Second councilman will oppose soccer stadium

Mayor Carolyn Goodman’s push for a publicly subsidized soccer stadium lost steam Friday, when Councilman Bob Coffin said he will vote against the city stadium term sheet with two private partners, while Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian said she is “very, very concerned about the amount of taxpayer funds” going to the project.

Snyder’s audible: Deal with UNLV stadium in 2017

Don Snyder, UNLV acting president and stadium board chairman, called an audible during a campus stadium meeting Thursday by saying he wants to delay the $523 million stadium project by two years and have the state Legislature address the stadium issue in 2017 — not during next year’s session in Carson City.