Several stadiums today surround themselves with hundreds of acres of parking. The Los Angeles Dodger Stadium for example, takes up over 17 million sq ft (400 acres) of parking space. That is roughly the size of Grand Central Station. This inefficient use of space creates a disconnect between the stadium and the city. In an attempt to avoid this disconnect from the city, the stadium must: Activate the stadiums street front and surrounding context, provide multiple programmatic functions for daily interactions and blur the lines between stadium and community.
Las Vegas (Nev.)
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Integrated Resort; Stadium Design; Connectivity; Urbanism; Community Design
Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Fu, Nolberto, "Integrated Stadium Design" (2018). Hospitality Design Graduate Capstones. 13.
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