Wilfs will be able to finance their share of stadium, report finds
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 13, 2013
A Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority report found “one potential future issue” with the Wilf family’s finances, officials overseeing the Vikings new stadium project said Friday, and it involves the ongoing New Jersey court case that could result in punitive damages against the team’s owner. The stadium legislation approved in May 2012 dictates that “any financial information” obtained by the authority related to the owners or team’s finances are confidential. The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority h...
A financial review shows Minnesota Vikings owners Zygi and Mark Wilf are able to pay their share of the $1 billion cost for the team's new downtown Minneapolis stadium, officials with the public authority that's managing the project said Friday.