Washington, D.C. sinks money into a D.C. United stadium, following its investment in Washington Nationals stadium. Are they worth it? – Washington City Paper

At dusk, when the sun sets on Buzzard Point, the plan seems perfect.As light reflects off the water, blinding from view the scrap yards and concrete plants and parking lots, it’s easy to imagine the area’s future: a riverfront entertainment district that spans southeast to southwest, from Navy Yard to Fort McNair, the two ends anchored by two stadiums. The first, Nationals Park, opened seven years ago. It cost $693 million. The other, a new home for D.C. United, will be the most expensive soccer stadium in America.

Source: Washington, D.C. sinks money into a D.C. United stadium, following its investment in Washington Nationals stadium. Are they worth it? – Washington City Paper

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