Kansas Athletics on Tuesday released its most detailed renderings yet of plans to overhaul David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium and the surrounding area.
The construction work on KU’s football stadium and an adjoining conference center will cost more than $251 million and must be completed by Aug. 1, 2025, according to a contract for the project.
Demolition of the west side of David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium could begin as soon as December to kick off an ambitious plan to revamp the entire area around 11th and Mississippi streets.
After announcing plans for massive changes to the football stadium and a new ”gateway” to campus, KU has entered into contracts with three vendors to begin planning — but the details won’t be available to the public.
Kansas Athletics on Friday announced its most significant plans in decades regarding the future of KU football.
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