The Dome demolition and construction of the supersized $1 billion Minnesota Multipurpose Stadium are being orchestrated with state-of-the-art computer programs and the mind of the impishly gruff project manager. Updated 8:13 AM
Crews will remove final two pules of Metrodome rubble today, officially ending its reign Updated Apr. 17, 2014
Gaping holes now appear in the side of the Metrodome as crews work to demolish the building by April.
The Metrodome is very close to becoming a pile of rubble. Take a look at what’s left. Updated Mar. 3, 2014
It's hard to see when you drive by, but crews have made progress digging the hole for the new stadium.
The stadium will have giant pivoting glass doors that open to the downtown Minneapolis skyline. Seven stadium decks will surround a field of artificial turf with two giant high-tech scoreboards at each end zone.
The area around the Metrodome never fulfilled the hopes of stadium backers 30 years ago, who believed a new stadium could spark redevelopment of the shabby district called Industry Square. Here's a look at details from the Ryan Companies proposal for a $400 million redevelopment near new Vikings stadium. Also, take a look at how the “Metrodome Neighborhood” looked in 1951 compared to today.
A switch-over in the way the state collects e-gambling taxes to help fund the Vikings stadium may lead to losses...
City will now negotiate with the Timberwolves and other private interests over $135 million renovation of the 22-year-old building.