Houston — With its modern design, a few new additions and a new name, the new football stadium is making a splash.
But as the remodeling moves forward, it is becoming clear that it could be the largest and most expensive of Houston’s $2 billion project.
A new $1.3 billion project that will include new locker rooms, new bathrooms, a new dressing room and more has been delayed and will cost more than $400 million.
The new stadium, which will be known as NRG Stadium, will be the fourth stadium built in the NFL since 2001.
It is a huge project that has drawn scrutiny and scrutiny from city officials, who want the project to be a success.
In January, the city of Houston agreed to a $1 billion deal with the NFL to get the new stadium built.
A stadium with $2.5 billion in financing is a long shot, but it is a possibility.
In addition to the $1 million fee, the team has also agreed to $50 million in bonds for the project.
The stadium was scheduled to open in 2022, but the NFL has decided to delay it until 2023 because of Hurricane Harvey, which hit Houston in September.