The Las Vegas Raiders stadium land deal has crossed a major milestone. On May 2, 2017, the Associated Press was the first to report the activation of a sale deed for a 60+acre site near the Strip in Las Vegas for the construction of a stadium to house the NFL franchise Oakland Raiders when the team completes its move to Las Vegas in 2020.
The land deal, which includes two vacant parcels, came in at $77 million, significantly below the $100 million price tag that had been assigned by a public board overseeing the $1.9 billion stadium project. The NFL team owners voted one month ago to approve the move from Oakland to Las Vegas for the storied football franchise, and AP reports that the team has taken 40,000 $100.00 refundable deposits on “personal seat licenses” from fans.
The combined parcels are bordered on the east by I-15 with a view of the Las Vegas strip, on the north by Hacienda Ave., on the west by Polaris Ave. and on the south by Russell Road.
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