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Capital Business
Posted at 08:09 PM ET, 06/03/2012

You tell us: Should the city build a soccer stadium in Southwest?


The District’s RFK Stadium. (Robert A. Reeder - The Washington Post)
A survey commissioned by the Greater Washington Sports Alliance found that a D.C. United Stadium at Buzzard Point in Southwest would cost $157 million to build and generate as much as $7.3 million a year in city tax revenue. Read the full story.

By Capital Business staff  |  08:09 PM ET, 06/03/2012

 
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