The city of San Diego has unveiled Populous’ renderings of a conceptual NFL stadium design this week. The designs were part of a larger announcement outlining the city’s ability to quickly agree to terms to build a new San Diego stadium for the Chargers.
The multipurpose stadium would be an asset to the city, capable of hosting professional and amateur sports, entertainment, cultural and commercial events at a modern, vibrant sports and entertainment centre.
The new stadium, on the 166-acre Mission Valley site, would celebrate the city of San Diego, incorporating ocean and harbour influences with a forward-looking green design.
The proposed design includes plenty of public space, a fan park, corporate hospitality offerings, a VIP atrium, multiple sideline and field level clubs, suites and entertainment destinations, a hall of fame, landscape promenades, connectivity to the existing trolley station and the ability to easily adapt to host a Super Bowl.