AEG, whose downtown plans were once considered the frontrunner for the NFL’s return to Los Angeles, has withdrawn its plans to build a stadium.
The Chargers and Raiders are moving forward on a back-up plan to share a privately financed $1.7 billion stadium in Carson, according to published reports.
A developer proposing to build an NFL stadium in downtown Los Angeles is asking the mayor and other city officials for more time to lure a football team.
As the prospects of Los Angeles attracting an NFL team grow increasingly slim, a City Council committee, along with Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday voiced support for a plan to revamp the Convention Center without a football stadium.
A resolution, uring the NFL to bring back at least one, or possibly two teams to Los Angeles, has been backed by the Los Angeles City Council’s Economic Development Committee.
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Members of a City Council committee met Wednesday to discuss options for renovating the Los Angeles Convention Center in case AEG’s proposed Farmers Field stadium falls through the cracks.
Anschutz Entertainment Group is no longer on the market.
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City and AEG leaders signed a deal Wednesday morning to authorize the construction of a new NFL stadium and convention center in downtown Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Friday to approve a plan build a new NFL stadium and convention hall downtown.
Several agreements dealing with the NFL stadium proposed for downtown Los Angeles were approved Monday, amid apologies for any turmoil caused by last week’s news that AEG is for sale.
All but one of the four major candidates for Los Angeles’ new mayor said the sale of AEG will not affect plans to bring an NFL stadium to the city.
The project, which would include a 72,000-seat football stadium and a brand new Convention Center hall, could bring even more traffic and noise to the downtown area.
Environmental activists Thursday filed suit challenging a state law that limits the time legal challenges can be made to the environmental review of a proposed $1.5 billion football stadium and convention center hall in downtown.