May 18 2017 | David Beckham group unveils new Miami stadium planMay 29, 2017
Miami Beckham United unveiled a new design of Miami’s first Major League Soccer stadium.
David Beckham’s group revealed updated plans of the more than $300 million, 25,000-seat stadium that will be built in Overtown at a town hall meeting on Wednesday.
At the meeting, requested by commissioner Audrey Edmonson, a Beckham attorney reiterated that the stadium design lacks parking, and that the use of public transportation will be encouraged, the Miami Herald reported. The group’s plan is to have a dinner-cruise boat transport fans to the Miami River, in addition to arranging for shuttle buses from parking garages.
Zoning changes and a street closure could take about a year, which means the stadium wouldn’t open until 2021. The attorney said the team could play in a temporary venue in the meantime. The stadium will be privately funded, the attorney said.
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