Los Angeles Football Stadium


Los Angeles Stadium Plans Presented to NFL Commissioner Provides Complete Plans


LOS ANGELES, CA – Ed Roski Jr. Chairman of Majestic Realty Co. and the leader of the new effort to return the NFL to Los Angeles presented the designs for the new Los Angeles Stadium to the NFL last Monday.  In New York, the NFL met with Majestic Realty regarding Ed Roski's stadium proposal in the City of Industry in which this state of the art facility would be one of the premier stadiums in the country and will serve as a new entertainment center for families across Southern California.


"At their request, the Roski group provided us an update on their stadium project," wrote NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy, "Mr. Roski's site certainly seems to present an interesting possibility. The permitting and construction processes seem to be more defined than other sites we have seen.”


The Los Angeles Football Stadium is moving forward with its plans to build this new stadium.


The stadium development will feature:


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<!--[if !supportLists]-->ü      <!--[endif]-->75,000 Seats, including 11,000 club seats and 175 suites

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<!--[if !supportLists]-->ü      <!--[endif]-->25,000 parking spaces

<!--[if !supportLists]-->ü      <!--[endif]-->2.8 million square foot mixed use entertainment and office development creating a sports and entertainment destination for Southern California


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