The Washington Commanders have paid $100 million to buy 200 acres of property in Woodbridge, Prince William County, Virginia to build a 3 billion dollar stadium for the team and a mini-city. The stadium would be covered and would seat 60,000 people. The land is near Potomac Mills, just off I-95.
The 200 acres would also house (from the RTD): “the team’s practice facility; an amphitheater that seats between 15,000 and 20,000; a small indoor music arena; high-end retail shops; bars and restaurants and residential living. The roof would be translucent and the stadium’s facade could change colors — it would be white during the day and, for example, burgundy at night.”
Other locations are still under consideration for the team’s headquarters, but this one is thought to be the most likely.