By CAITLIN MURRAY
Pictures may be worth a thousand words, but D.C. United is hoping they may be worth some more public support for a new stadium, too.
D.C. United released new renderings Friday of the proposed Buzzard Point stadium ahead of a June 26 city council meeting to win over public support for a project that has been met with some skepticism in Washington, D.C.
The proposed deal has the District of Columbia spending $150 million for the land that will be acquired in a complex arrangement involving several parties. The team will finance the building of the stadium with some tax incentives. The June 26 hearing will be the first time the council will discuss the deal.
See more of the newest renderings below:
What do you think of the proposed stadium? Do you like the latest designs? Do you think the D.C. City Council will secure the support to move ahead with the plan?
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