A Kansas City-based architecture firm that designed a new home for New York’s two NFL teams is the top choice to design Atlanta’s new retractable-roof stadium.
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A sampling of sports projects on which Kansas City-based firm 360 Architecture has done design work:
MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., the $1.7 billion home of New York’s two NFL teams, the Giants and Jets
Basrah Sports City, a multi-use complex in Iraq that includes soccer stadiums
Proposed arena in Seattle, which is attempting to lure the NBA’s Sacramento Kings
Rebuilding of Husky Stadium, the University of Washington’s football stadium
Auburn Arena, Auburn University’s basketball facility
(Sources: 360 Architecture website, published reports)
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