A $220 million soccer stadium funded by energy drink maker Red Bull is set to debut this weekend in Harrison, N.J., according to the Wall Street Journal. The Red Bull Arena, situated 10 miles outside New York City on top of a one-time industrial waste zone, is the largest soccer stadium in the country, containing 25,000 seats. The stadium will be home to the New York Red Bulls team, named as part of a marketing strategy on the part of the carbonated beverage.
|Target is taking over the old Toys ‘R’ Us space at a Brooklyn shopping complex|
|Stellar Management’s half-built townhouse returns to market asking $30M|
|Pied-à-terre tax would go “a long way toward killing the market,” resi brokerage execs warn|
|WATCH: TRD talks shop with the developers behind Hudson Yards|
|European hotel group links up with Largo to bring art-inspired hotel to West Chelsea|
|Condo at MoMA tower lists for $46M as developers fight over pricing and discounts|
|Hello Hudson Yards, goodbye uncrowded sidewalks: Related hosts grand opening ceremony for megadevelopment|