The city of Albuquerque is gearing up its effort to figure out where to build a future 10,000 to 15,000 seat stadium for the New Mexico United soccer team. That potential stadium could also come with a lot of additional development next to it.
Mayor Tim Keller’s administration announced Friday it’s recommending a firm called CAA ICON to do a feasibility study for a proposed future multi-purpose soccer stadium. If Albuquerque City Council grants approval and the city successfully negotiates a contract with the firm, the study would likely be completed in early 2021.
The announcement comes more than a month after the city initially requested private firms to bid for work. The city hopes the feasibility study once and for all takes the guess work out of where to build the long-hyped venue.
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