Allegiant Stadium; One of the Most Expensive in History

Allegiant Stadium, located in Las Vegas, is designed by Manica Architecture. The sleek and modern stadium features a horseshoe-shaped seating arrangement that is open on one end to offer spectacular views toward the neighboring Las Vegas Strip. The domed and air-conditioned stadium includes 65,000 spectator seats but can extend to 72,000 for Super Bowl Events.








The 10-level stadium features a clear ETFE roof, a retractable natural turf field and large operable walls that open toward the nearby strip. A wide variety of open clubs, lounges and private suites throughout all levels of the stadium ensure a luxury experience for spectators. At the center of the open club end is a tower of approximately 120 feet that will house a “memorial torch” in Al Davis’s honor. The polymer roofs allow natural light in but the stadium during the daytime will look black from the outside. On the inside, the field and seats will bask in natural light. During the night, however, the lights inside the venue will be visible from the outside. 






The 62-acre site, located adjacent to the Strip, accommodates the state-of-the-art stadium, on-site parking, tailgating amenities, and pre-game activation areas. It’s location near to the freeway and the airport allows for easy access and adequate surrounding parking. The Las Vegas Stadium offers the best of both worlds; an outdoor feel with a natural, grass playing field and a comfortable controlled climate with a stunning view.   





This stadium would cost up to $1.9 billion, becoming one of the most expensive in history. The construction started in September 2017 and is scheduled to be completed in 2020.







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