The Raiders stadium in Las Vegas has made significant progress over the past month.
The third phase of PSL sales — the least expensive in the building with a range of between $500 and $3,900 per seat — are mostly in the highest levels of the stadium.
Review-Journal sports editor Bill Bradley talks to business reporters Rick Velotta and Eli Segall about progress bring made on the Raiders stadium and practice facility in Las Vegas.
Review-Journal sports reporter Ed Graney and business reporter Rick Velotta go over the recent updates on the Raiders Stadium and owner Mark Davis serving food to construction workers.
Raiders owner Mark Davis and two of his key lieutenants, team president Marc Badain and StadCo construction subsidiary chief operating officer Don Webb, threw an onsite barbecue for Las Vegas Stadium workers, thanking them for staying on time, on budget and, above all, safe.
While most of the focus on the planned $1.8 billion, 65,000-seat Las Vegas stadium is focused on the construction site at Interstate 15 and Russell Road, the Las Vegas Stadium Authority continues to monitor agreements it has reached with the stadium’s builders, the Oakland Raiders.
The stadium authority board unanimously approved a $546.3 million budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year and a collection of amended agreements designed to better account for funding of the $1.8 billion, 65,000-seat indoor stadium under construction at Interstate 15 and Russell Road.
Ed Graney, Rick Velotta and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken go over the progress on the Vegas Stadium.
Las Vegas Stadium Authority Chairman Steve Hill and Oakland Raiders President Marc Badain on Wednesday signed all the documents needed to fund a $1.8 billion indoor football stadium that will house the NFL team and the UNLV Rebel football team beginning in 2020.
Ed Graney and Rick Velotta are joined by Las Vegas Stadium Authority chairman Steve Hill.