For those Falcons fans hoping to snag a piece of history from the team’s home for the last 25 years, now’s your chance. Over the next few months, an array of items from furniture, the signage, to parts of the field will be for sale.
The Falcons have been Atlanta’s team since their founding in 1966. Over the last five decades, they’ve played in two stadiums, and are gearing up to open their third. In honor of the Dirty Birds’ trip to the Super Bowl, here’s a bit of history.
With the recent addition of its futuristic, metallic skin (at least part of it), the Atlanta Falcons’ new roost is beginning to look like the extraterrestrial origami it’s always promised to be. Officials say a summer 2017 opening will happen.
Nationally, on average, rents located within a 2-mile radius of NFL stadiums are 16 percent higher. Depending on the venue location and population density in the area, some football stadiums score more rent than others in their vicinity.
Atlanta’s sports history is chockfull of players, venues, and teams who met untimely demises. And it turns out, this week's a big one for sports-related implosions, so to speak. Demolition plans are materializing for the Dome and Cobb County.