MEETING ABOUT PROPOSED SOCCER STADIUM ON MCKALLA PLACE SET FOR THURSDAY MAY 3 @ 7 PM

MEETING ABOUT PROPOSED SOCCER STADIUM ON MCKALLA PLACE SET FOR THURSDAY MAY 3 @ 7 PM

Here’s a message from the Gracywoods Neighborhood Association. This should be an interesting meeting. Did you know the location is on the east side of Burnet, just south of Braker Lane?

“Subject: Meet the developer for the proposed MLS soccer stadium 5/3 @7p.m.

Join us and let us know what do you think about the proposal to build a new soccer stadium on the City owned land behind Discount Tires on Braker and Burnet Road (near UT’s JJ Pickle and the Domain)?

Precourt Sports Ventures (PSV) and MLS2ATX, their local action group. is currently involved in community engagement to inform and learn from Austin residents about what they envision for the proposed, privately funded Major League Soccer (MLS) stadium at 10414 McKalla Place, 78758. MLS2ATX will be hosting a meeting for residents of the Gracywoods Neighborhood Association, North Park Estates and all interested residents of North Austin on Thursday, May 3rd at 7p.m.

The soccer stadium developer, Dave Greely, president of Precourt Sports Venture will share the background on the proposal and ask for your feedback. City of Austin representatives will also attend.

When: 7 p.m., May 3, 2018
Where: CommUnityCare – North Central, First Floor Conference Room, 1210 W. Braker Lane
For more information, folks can email MLS2ATX at info [at] mls2atx [dot] com

About the Presenter:
David Greely, President of Precourt Sports Venture
Precourt Sports Ventures, LLC (PSV) is a privately-held investment and management firm focused on the sports-entertainment business. Greely, is an adviser and operating conduit for ownership group on all matters surrounding the then acquisition and the current management of Columbus Crew SC and MAPFRE Stadium. Represents PSV on Board of Governors of Major League Soccer, and oversee the business development and investment opportunities for the PVS. Precourt has offices in San Francisco, Chicago, and Columbus,

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