Lawsuit Against Downtown NFL Stadium Dropped In Exchange For Parks and Affordable Housing

A lawsuit that could’ve halted the proposed Downtown NFL stadium has turned into a big old kumbaya-fest–stadium developer AEG has agreed to a bunch of community improvements and the Play Fair Coalition has dropped its legal challenge to the state law that expedites any lawsuits against the project known as Farmers Field (we know, it’s complicated). KPCC reports that “AEG has agreed to a wide range of community benefits and measures, including air quality improvement projects, improvements serving bus riders, additional parks and open space, as well as a $15 million Housing Trust Fund.

–  L.A. Curbed

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