Bills Fans Upset After Titans Reveal New Stadium Renditions
One of the biggest stories of the past two years in Western New York has been the new Bills stadium, which was approved by the Bills, Erie County and New York State at the start of 2022.
It's a projected $1.4 billion, open-air stadium that will be built directly across from Highmark Stadium's current location on Abbott Road. Highmark Stadium will become additional parking.
Last week, an extension was formally announced that allows the team, county and state to agree on all details of the new stadium deal. The deadline was originally set for mid-October but now is pushed back to the same time in December.
The environmental review process is a big reason for the hold up and Erie County Executive Park Poloncarz said, according to The Buffalo News, that it likely won't be completed until early December. All three parties need to hammer out the contracts and final details as well, with the memorandum of understanding.
The plan is still to break ground by 2023.
Even though we have known that the Bills will be getting a brand new stadium since the start of 2022, we have not seen actual stadium renditions yet; only renditions of what the road layout and outdoor concourse will look like, but not the actual rendition of the stadium.
Two weeks ago, the Titans and thee City of Nashville agreed on a new upcoming stadium as well.
On Tuesday, an outlook (renderings of that new Nashville stadium were released).
These photos and video don't necessarily mean the new stadium will look exactly like this, but it gives everyone an outlook on what to expect.
Bills fans are not happy that we have still not seen an official stadium outlook/renderings yet of their new, upcoming stadium.
The Bills are at least seven months removed from the official stadium deal being announced, with no renderings yet. The Titans are just over a week removed and have renderings.
That's pretty crazy.