At Byrd, Suite Sales Fall Short Of the Goal
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At Byrd, Suite Sales Fall Short Of the Goal

On Saturday, Byrd Stadium will host its first football game since the completion of a $50.8 million expansion project that created 64 luxury suites and 440 mezzanine seats in Tyser Tower, on the stadium's south rim. The enhancement plan, initiated four years ago, set out to create revenue-generating amenities and refurbish a facility in its sixth decade of existence. Video by Atkinson & Co.

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