Arthur Blank may not have to go out of pocket to secure Mount Vernon Baptist Church, one of two churches that would have to move to make way for a $1 billion stadium on land south of the Georgia Dome. The funds to help state officials complete the church deal could potentially be satisfied with money already committed to the project, the Atlanta Falcons’ owner said at a public forum Wednesday.
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Update on stadium design:
Architect Bill Johnson, a senior principal with 360 Architecture, said the stadium could feature a “city window,” a top-to-bottom glass wall giving city views, Fantasy Football zones and a “100 yard bar” so that fans can keep their eyes on the game during concessions breaks.