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  1. Yeah that map dates way back to when River North was launched conceptually and before any parcels had been sold. So like 2017 or so.
  2. We already have the Eye of Sauron with the batman building, might as well build his crown too.
  3. That's the show suite they have in the 222, not the actual building.
  4. That place packed is going to be LOUD. Can't wait!
  5. Imagine being a goober at city lights who has lived there two years max and thinking you own everything in southern downtown.
  6. I imagine if major upgrades to Nissan will be complete by 2026 is a big factor. I'd guess they'd show them off if so and that would help.
  7. Always knew the South would get a late Summer bump, same seasonal pattern as last year. North gets it later in Fall. I am surprised it has been as drastic as it has been, even though there are plenty left to be vaccinated, thought those that are vaccinated and those that have natural immunity would damper it more. At some point it will drop like a rock like Delta did in the UK and India, hopefully sooner than later.
  8. F&M Bank Arena. Under construction. Preds will manage (likely to host some Preds exhibitions): https://www.nhl.com/predators/news/sse-fm-bank-announce-event-center-will-be-named-fm-bank-arena/c-325864150 F&M Bank Arena will hold approximately 6,000 fans for concerts; 5,500 for basketball game; and 5,000 for hockey games. It will also contain luxury suites, premium seating, private hospitality space, party rooms and common areas that will have full access to the arena bowl. The Austin Peay men's and women's basketball teams will move their coaches' offices and training facilit
  9. The arena they are building in Clarksville is going to be nice!
  10. This is true. Although I'd say the NBA has SO much money, and the cost to run the WNBA is comparatively SO small, the NBA will probably be interested in keeping it alive for a good while.
  11. It is an unique venue and different experience, which certainly has its appeal in College sports. I definitely wouldn't call it a nice venue though, which I think you'd want as part of the package of an expansion professional team to help drive attendance.
  12. They lose greater than $10 million a year. NBA with its $7 billion+ in revenue helps to subsidize, but to what extent is not really known. It appears their TV numbers are up, so maybe they are betting on the future with expansion.
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