Total cost for potential CSU stadium: $246 million
Populous presented its findings to a group of about 250 who gathered in the Lory Student Center on CSU's campus to hear the findings of the stadium advisory committee after five months of work.
Populous representatives presented what CSU Athletic Director Jack Graham called a "strong preliminary conceptual design."
Renderings produced by Populous show the stadium sitting atop an already-discussed site, along Whitcomb Street between Lake and Pitkin streets. The facility would include 42,806 seats, along with many amenities.
The committee had been expected to make a recommendation to CSU President Tony Frank about whether to move forward with the stadium at Wednesday's meeting. Instead, it presented its findings, leaving the question to Frank to decide.
Here's what each of the committee's four subcommittee said about the feasibility of an on-campus stadium.
Design and Best Practices
The findings of this subcommittee include the details already mentioned here regarding the cost and structure
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