Minnesota Vikings closer to building new $975M home in Minneapolis

The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to put up 50.6% of the cost of building the $975 million stadium that will be the team's new home in Minneapolis. The provisional agreement was made among the team, city officials, and the state of Minnesota, which will finance the balance of the total cost of the new arena. It still needs approval by the Minneapolis City Council and the Minnesota Legislature. You can see a 360-degree view of the proposed site near the Metrodome.

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