The Jacksonville Jaguars have released renderings for their vision for their renovated stadium on Wednesday, which is an important step in their plan to gain approval to revamp TIAA Bank Field.
In addition to having a roof, the “Stadium of the Future” will include a network of biking and walking trails, beaches, subtropical park entrance, city views and will 62,000 capacity with expansion potential to 71,500.
According to 1stDownTownJacksonville.com, “the Jacksonville Jaguars have introduced conceptual designs for the Stadium of the Future, a project nearly three years in the making to transform Downtown Jacksonville and secure NFL football in Northeast Florida well into the future”:
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If the stadium renovation is approved, the Jaguars will have to decide whether they want a stop-and-start process that will extend the renovation timeline but still allow them to use the stadium during the regular season; play elsewhere, such as in Gainesville or Orlando; or renovate a nearby site to accommodate an NFL schedule.