New York plans "21st-century field of dreams"

The New York Mets have released plans for the new baseball stadium in Flushing to be built over the next three years. The Mets will privately fund $600 million, while the city pays $90 million and the state $75 million for infrastructure upgrades. It will hold 45,000 people and be more "intimate" than the aging Shea Stadium, boosting ticket prices among fans.

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