MINNEAPOLIS - A new Minnesota Vikings stadium is coming but no one knows what it will look like yet. Monday night, citizens got to give their input to the project's recently chosen architect.
"Big corridors," recommended fan Steve Riesgraf. "Bigger scoreboards, bigger bathrooms, bigger everything."
One person recommended a sound system in the bathrooms so fans could keep up with the game.
Another, said handicap access was crucial.
"Let's make sure this stadium is truly a 'people's stadium,'" said the woman from her wheelchair.
The architect with HKS Sports and Entertainment, Mark Williams, listened intently.
"This is a huge asset for the city," said Williams. "We'll make it the best NFL stadium for the Vikings, I guarantee we'll do that."
One of the biggest questions in the $975 million dollar project is whether the stadium will have a retractable roof, or some other open air feature.
"We're looking very seriously at it," said Williams. "We're going to study all the different options."
Two more town halls are being planned for Rochester and Duluth.
An initial design is expected something in early 2013.
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