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Jacksonville Jaguars reveal their $1.2 billion "Stadium of the Future"

The Jacksonville Jaguars have unveiled the conceptual designs for the Stadium of the Future, an architectural project aimed to transform Downtown Jacksonville and secure the city's place as a host in Northeast Florida.

The three-year project's visualizations were showcased on the team's social media and website. The stadium is intended to become the Jacksonville Jaguars' home and serve the community for generations.

The stadium's design includes elements inspired by Jacksonville's landscape, with fans entering through a subtropical Floridian park and views of Downtown Jacksonville and the St. Johns River. Other features include an expansive 360-degree concourse with social bars and local culinary delights, flexible seating capacity, and cutting-edge lighting and digital technology.

Jacksonville Jaguars reveal their $1.2 billion "Stadium of the Future"

The venue will have a capacity of 62,000, which can be expanded to 71,500 for a college football game and more for a concert. It will also have an energy-efficient façade and an open-air design to optimize airflow and reduce heat retention. The design also addresses fan requests for increased concourse surface areas, connectivity, more elevators and escalators, food and beverage points of sale, and restrooms.

Jacksonville Jaguars reveal their $1.2 billion "Stadium of the Future"

The “early work” for construction would begin in February 2025 and full construction would kick off in February 2026, according to the proposed memorandum of understanding. Construction would finish in July 2028, so for two seasons, the Jaguars would not play home games at the stadium.


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