Stack up the statistics of a traditional market study, like NFL owners are doing as they consider the Oakland Raiders’ prospective relocation, and Las Vegas wouldn’t stand a chance against the positives offered by the San Francisco Bay area. It’s the intangibles that make Las Vegas competitive, analysts say.
Seven members of the Las Vegas Stadium Authority board will have at least 31 applicants from which to choose two public members to round out the nine-member board when it meets Jan. 12.
The Oakland Raiders and the Adelson family have begun fine-tuning details of a stadium development deal they will present to the National Football League and the Las Vegas Stadium Authority.
After acknowledging the Raiders’ future might not be bright in Oakland, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell spoke in a positive tone about Las Vegas at a league owners meeting Wednesday.
The potential relocation of the Raiders and Chargers will be the focus of an NFL owners meeting on Wednesday, a day after Oakland-area officials moved ahead with an 11th-hour plan to keep the Raiders from leaving for Las Vegas.
City and county officials approved opening negotiations with an investment group on a possible $1.3 billion stadium project that supporters hope will sway the Oakland Raiders to stay.
A bachelor and the only child of a legendary NFL maverick, Mark Davis is rebuilding the Raiders into winners while eyeing a move from Oakland to Las Vegas.
Oakland and Alameda County leaders will vote Tuesday on a financial and development plan to build a $1.3 billion football stadium at the Coliseum site to keep the Raiders from moving to Las Vegas.
A $1.3 billion stadium financing plan in Oakland has been outlined, yet the Raiders’ Mark Davis is not a part of the discussions and said he’s still “committed to Las Vegas.”
State officials have posted the first agenda for what will be known as the Stadium Authority Board and much of the meeting will be dedicated to discussing procedures board members will take as it works to build a new home for the Oakland Raider