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Turner to lead $200M Cincinnati soccer stadium project

Major League Soccer announced that it had awarded Cincinnati a franchise in May, but work began on a stadium plan well before then. The club’s owners agreed to pay for stadium construction and licensing fees, which total $350 million, but the city and county will pay for between $70 million and $75 million of necessary infrastructure projects around the stadium, including a $15 million parking garage, according to The Enquirer.

Detroit also applied for an MLS expansion team but was denied by the soccer authority in its latest round of franchise awards.

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