Here’s a look at the imagery that HKS Architects offered for the new Vikings stadium in downtown Minneapolis. (Click for the full gallery)
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority has put a draft 389-page Environmental Impact Statement for a new Vikings stadium up on its website, and it’s got some intriguing new details about what’s to come. To paraphrase the oft-quoted scene from The Graduate: We just want to say one word to you. Just one word. Are you listening? Read more →
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority picked Minneapolis-based Mortenson Construction to build the new Vikings stadium in downtown Minneapolis. Vikings team vice president Lester Bagley said the team will likely play two full seasons at the University of Minnesota football stadium while the new stadium is built . Mortsenson is already known for most of the Read more →
Turns out there was more to the exchange between the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority than initially met the eye. There were references to “attachments” in the MSFA’s letter to the U. And here they are, overlaid with some proposed amateur baseball accomodations. With just weeks to go before Read more →
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority has set the dates and times for its Vikings stadium “listening sessions” in Rochester and Duluth.
The Rochester event will be at the DoubleTree Hotel on Nov. 13, and the Duluth event will be at the Holiday Inn downtown. Both are Tuesday night meetings scheduled to run from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. Read more →
The “Meet the Architect” gathering at the Minneapolis Convention Center yesterday featured some new Vikings stadium renderings from HKS. The headline: they weren’t kidding with the transparent roof or the Gehry-esque “ribbon roof.” Read more →
HKS architects kicked off its “listening tour” with a show and tell in Mineapolis today. Read more →