Red Bull Arena Love

Red Bull Arena Love

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On February 12, 2009
  • 4 Comments
  • Red Bull Arena, Stadium Construction, Stadium Talk

Hot damn this is turning into a lovely stadium. Here is the latest edition of Red Bull Arena love, via today from WCBS in New York.

  • Geoff

    I wonder if and this is a big IF, somehow the stadium got finished 100% ahead of schedule, would the Red Bulls do a Real Salt Lake and have the last 2 home games of the season in the new stadium? I know they already said 2010 opening and it all depends on weather, materials and how many workers they can get. I'm just thinking. Also here's an idea for Obama's stimulus plan to put people to work: build soccer stadiums in San Jose, DC area, Houston, Kansas City, New England, and a separate one for Chivas USA!! Imagine how many people could be put to work?

  • Geoff

    I wonder if and this is a big IF, somehow the stadium got finished 100% ahead of schedule, would the Red Bulls do a Real Salt Lake and have the last 2 home games of the season in the new stadium? I know they already said 2010 opening and it all depends on weather, materials and how many workers they can get. I’m just thinking. Also here’s an idea for Obama’s stimulus plan to put people to work: build soccer stadiums in San Jose, DC area, Houston, Kansas City, New England, and a separate one for Chivas USA!! Imagine how many people could be put to work?

  • Mr Fish

    Geoff, it's not just the stadium. The entire stadium area is due to be completely recast as a mixed-use residential/retail neighborhood, and none of the surrounding infrastructure has been touched yet. Plumbing/electrical etc. etc. <br />
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    All that's on the town of Harrison to start moving on, and as of yet, that hasn't happened. Late 09 just won't happen. Check out: <a href="http://www.advancerealtygroup.com/harrison_riverbend/&quot; target="_blank"><a href="http://www.advancerealtygroup.com/harrison_riverb…</a>" target="_blank">http://www.advancerealtygroup.com/harrison_riverb…</a></a>

  • Geoff, it’s not just the stadium. The entire stadium area is due to be completely recast as a mixed-use residential/retail neighborhood, and none of the surrounding infrastructure has been touched yet. Plumbing/electrical etc. etc.

    All that’s on the town of Harrison to start moving on, and as of yet, that hasn’t happened. Late 09 just won’t happen. Check out: http://www.advancerealtygroup.com/harrison_riverbend/