After much drama and a few delays, the Vikings and the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA) have cleared the last major hurdle before beginning construction on a new stadium. On Oct.
A financial and legal audit commissioned by the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority found that the Wilf family will have enough money to pay for the new stadium, even if “the worst-case scenario” occurs in their pending civil lawsuit in New
Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority Chair Michele Kelm-Helgen issued a statement earlier today indicating the authority has faith in the Vikings' owners ability to pay for their promised portion of the new stadium.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority filed a response today to a developer’s lawsuit seeking to terminate the authority’s rights to a parcel in front of the stadium envisioned as a public plaza and an expanded light-rail train station.
Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority Michele Kelm-Helgen urged the Vikings to return to the negotiating table Monday to ensure agreements can be finalized to keep the Vikings construction schedule on time.
In light of the recent New Jersey cour ruling finding the Wilf family guilty of fraud among other things in a real estate d
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA) has released the the final environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Vikings' stadium.
On the heels of a City Council green light for a $400 million Downtown East development proposal, Mayor R.T. Rybak today discussed the possibility of a restaurant in a new downtown park that would be in the mold of Sea Salt Eatery or Tin Fish.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA) voted Monday to award Ryan Cos.' the contract for parking facilities and a new skyway for the new $975 million Vikings stadium.
Developer Ryan Cos. has unveiled a $400 million, five-block redevelopment proposal for the Vikings stadium area — a plan that includes a new two-block park.