Looks like the Titans are one step closer to getting a new home!
After months of negotiating the Tennessee Titans and Nashville Mayor John Cooper have reportedly agreed to terms on building a new dome stadium for $2.2-billion.
According to Axios, if the plan is approved by Metro Council, the new stadium would be built east of Nissan Stadium by I-24.
It's reported that the team will bring $800-million in private revenue sources. From a government funding perspective, there are already $500-million in bonds from the state. Davidson County will impose a 1% tax on hotel room rentals and sales taxes collected within the new facility and sales taxes collected in the surrounding 130-acre campus.
This will be the largest building project in Metro history and there are still some hoops to jump through, but it's looking good for the Titans and the possibility of Nashville hosting a Super Bowl in the future with this new stadium.