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Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Florida Citrus Sports
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Florida Citrus Sports A community tradition for nearly 70 years.
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Florida Citrus Sports Tourism Focused Basically a convention center for sports. FCS is a not for profit tenant focused on delivering economic and marketing impact.
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Florida Citrus Sports Fundraising FCS must raise $14.5 million per year over the next 6-year cycle to secure bowl teams.
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Florida Citrus Sports Community Investment Summer Camp
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Florida Citrus Sports Community Investment Summer Camp Day for the kids
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Florida Citrus Sports Community Investment Summer Camp Day for the kids TSIC
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports History Aug. 2006 Sept. 2006 2008 2012 Today City and County Mayors reach $1.1 Billion Venue Plan Stadium cut to $175 Million $252 million Full Renovation $195 million omitting expo space July 2007 Final Approval of Venues Deal Mayors Agree on Stadium Timeline
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Financial Plan $175M Budget (Plus projected cost escalation)
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Best in Class fan experience Create a New feel insuring that entire facility is improved at every level. New and expanded Premium Areas Comparable to the competitive set of stadiums Plan for the future and insure the design is expandable Improve experience for Event Organizers Design Directives
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports 80% of the existing stadium will be demolished and reconstructed New exterior look and entries New 360-degree Main Concourse with modern amenities and improved queuing areas New stadium seating in lower bowl including individual seats on sidelines and bleachers with backs in end zones Six more inches of leg-room in lower and club level seating bowls New team Facilities and Operations areas on Main Concourse Current Scope
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports 50% Design Completion – May 2013 100% Design Completion – July 2013 100% Construction Documents Design Release 1 – August 2013 Design Release 2 – November 2013 Design Release 3 – January 2014 Prelim. Construction Start – October/ November 2013 Demolition/ Reconstruction Start – February 2014 First Event (Florida Classic) – November 2014 Completion – April 2015 Project Delivery
Final Permanent structure 56,000 permanent seats Ability to reach 65,000 total 5,000 club seats with open- air clubs Existing 24 suites & 1 club suite
Orlandos Competition DALLAS 85,000 seats 380 suites 14,000 club seats MIAMI 78,468 seats 195 suites 10,000 club seats TAMPA 65,000 seats 197 suites 10,500 club seats NEW ORLEANS 73,000 seats 137 suites 16,000 club seats JACKSONVILLE 84,000 seats 89 suites 11,700 club seats ATLANTA 71,000 seats 171 suites 6,180 club seats ORLANDO 56,000 fixed seats & 9,000 temps 25 suites 5,000 club seats with open air club spaces COMPETITION Average 76,078 seats 194 suites 11,396 club seats
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Competitive Scope Unfunded Design West Press Box Reconstruction South end zone permanent seating Flexibility to expand South Endzone Improve existing Upper Concourse Enclose a portion of sideline club spaces and add South and North end zone club seats Full digital display capabilities and locations
Enclose a portion of the East and West sideline club spaces Add enclosed club spaces in the North and South end zones Bring total club seat capacity to 6,500 Proposed competitive club spaces
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports National Championship Scope Unfunded Design Fully enclose sideline club spaces Add approximately 27 suites above the south corners and end zone Upgrade digital and wireless capabilities
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Competitive Scope Investment Funding $18,003,251 National Championship Scope Investment $17,201,141
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports * 2006 EDC Study
Presentation by Florida Citrus Sports Vision Secure future of core business Compete for new events during slow visitation periods Host a national championship
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