The proposed location in Cobb County lies between Interstate 75 and Interstate 285 and will provide multiple access points to the stadium. There are numerous highways and side roads that will alleviate traffic congestion before and after game time. The proposed track of land for the new stadium is approximately 60 acres. However, the stadium will only occupy approximately 15 acres. The remaining 45 acres will be utilized for parking and mixed-use development. The site will accommodate approximately 6,000 parking spaces and the mixed-use development will consists of shops, restaurants, bars, residences, offices, and hotels. The 60 acre complex is designed to keep the sports fan entertained for the entire day and not just for the game only. If additional parking is needed, there are approximately 30,000 parking spaces within close proximity to the proposed stadium location that will have circulator shuttle access.
The total cost of the Cobb County stadium project is estimated to be $672 million dollars, which will consist of both public and private funds. The public funds will come from t...
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...ould derail start of construction. As stated at the beginning, change is often met with opposition, skepticism, and even euphoria. Opposition and skepticism will be overcome. In 2017, the Atlanta Braves and the metro Atlanta fans will euphoric at the opening day of their new Cobb County stadium
Byanes, Mark. "The Atlanta Braves Are Getting a New Stadium and Yes, That Is Ridiculous." The Atlanta Cities Place Matters (2013): n. pag. - Mark Byrnes. 11 Nov. 2013. Web. 23 Apr. 2014.
Tucker, Tim. "Unique Challenge of Braves Stadium Excites Architect." Atlanta News, Sports, Atlanta Weather, Business News. N.p., 27 Mar. 2014. Web. 23 Apr. 2014.
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