• Panthers stadium renovations up for vote

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Apr 23, 2013
    It means the city will contribute $87.5 million in hotel tax and food and beverage tax revenues for renovations to Bank of America Stadium, which is less than the NFL team was seeking for improvements. Last year, the Panthers paid $1.7 million in city and county property taxes on their stadium, which is now valued at $135 million by Mecklenburg County. Charlotte's city council voted unanimously Monday night to approve an agreement to provide $87.5 million for upgrades to the Carolina Panthers' 17-year-old...
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Charlotte City Council Approves $87.5 Mil To Renovate Bank of America Stadium

    The Charlotte City Council voted 10-0 Monday to approve giving the Panthers $87.5 million to help renovate Bank of America Stadium in exchange for a six-year “hard tether” to keep the team in Charlotte, Steve Harrison of the Charlotte Observer reports
    • City OKs $87.5M Panthers stadium deal

      After seven months of negotiating, the Charlotte City Council voted 10-0 Monday to approve giving the Carolina Panthers $87.5 million to help renovate Bank of America Stadium in exchange for…Click to Continue »
    • Charlotte agrees to renovate Panthers stadium

      Charlotte's city council voted unanimously Monday night to approve an agreement to provide $87.5 million for upgrades to the team's 17-year-old stadium in exchange for a commitment to stay in North Carolina's largest city for at least another six years.
      Source: ESPN.com

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