New Tennessee Titans Stadium Tax Fund Projected To Collect $2.9B Over 34 years

A Sales Tax Fund Set To Pay For Nashville Revenue Bonds On A Proposed New $2.1 Billion Tennessee Titans Stadium Is Expected To Collect $2.9 Billion Through 2056, According To Projections From Metro Nashville.

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Metro Nashville Paid $120K For Consulting Services On Tennessee Titans’ $2.1B Stadium Deal

The Nashville Mayor’s Office Paid Inner Circle Sports $120,000 Over A Six-Month Period For Consulting Services Related To Negotiating The $2.1 Billion Stadium Deal Between The Office And The Tennessee Titans.

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Analysis: Who Really Pays In Tennessee’s Sports Stadium Sales Tax Zone Funding Scheme?

In Many Of The Cases, Rather Than Using Direct Funding Methods From City Or State Coffers, Tennessee Has Now Opted To Have A Portion Of Funding For The Bonds On Building Stadiums To Come From Sales Tax Zones. Those Funds Are Often Termed By Those Proposing Deals As User Fees. But Economists Say That Doesn’t Show The Full Impact.

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Officials Estimate Tennessee Titans Stadium Tax Fund Could Generate $70M Annually

A Tax Fund Scheduled To Pay Off Revenue Bonds From Nashville Toward A New $2.1 Billion Tennessee Titans Stadium And Available For Future Maintenance Costs Is Estimated To Generate Up To $70 Million Annually During The Titans’ New 30-Year Proposed Lease, Which Includes Three Additional Five-Year Team Options To Extend.

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Nashville Council Members Will Receive Copy Of Titans Stadium Renovation Plan

Nashville’s Metro Council Hoped For A Study To Evaluate The Definition Of “First Class” In Its Current Lease Agreement With The Tennessee Titans. For $315,000, The City Paid For A Study On The Matter And Instead Received An Evaluation Of The Titans-Led Renovation Plans.

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Report Shows Cost Estimates For TN Titans’ Stadium Renovation Plans, Not City Obligations

A Facility Report Commissioned By Nashville To Look At The City’s Obligations For A Renovation Of Nissan Stadium Did Not Actually Analyze Those Obligations.

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Nashville Council Members Push Back Against Mayor’s $2.1B Stadium Deal

Opposition To A Deal For The Public Portion Of Financing Of A New $2.1 Billion Tennessee Titans Stadium Is Building Amongst Nashville Council Members Since The Deal Was First Announced At A Press Conference By The Mayor’s Office And Then A Non-Binding Term Sheet Was Presented To The City’s Sports Authority And East Bank Stadium Committee.

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Nashville Mayor’s Office Seeks Approval Of $2.1B Titans Stadium Project

Metro Nashville Hopes To Have Its Deal With The Tennessee Titans For A New $2.1 Billion Stadium Approved By March With The Funding In Place And Revenue Bonds Issued For $760 Million From Its Sports Authority By The Middle Of 2023.

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Term Sheet Sheds Light On Details Of New $2.1B Tennessee Titans Stadium Deal

Members Of The Metro Nashville City Council Will Be Asked To Approve A Term Sheet And Legislation To Enact A 1% Hotel-Motel Tax Starting Feb. 1 With Its Initial Consideration Of Both To Begin At The Board’s Nov. 1 Meeting.

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