The Las Vegas Stadium Authority board of directors is reviewing three proposals for construction of a new a 65,000-seat, $1.9 billion domed football stadium that would be built if an NFL team relocates to Las Vegas.

One of the proposals being considered was submitted by Robert C. Kim, a partner with Las Vegas-based Ballard Spahr, who has proposed working with Jay Lindgren, a partner with Minneapolis-based Dorsey & Whitney.

The stadium would be financed by $750 million in public funds from a hotel room tax increase, a $650 million contribution from the Adelson family and $500 million from the Raiders and the NFL.


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