Some more information has emerged regarding the new stadium project that AC Milan and Inter are pushing for, including revenues and the design most likely to win.
Newspaper Il Giorno (via PianetaMilan) has taken a look at the Technical-Economic Feasibility Study for the construction of the new stadium, submitted by the clubs to the Council.
The volumetric index will be set at 0.51% (the area they are allowed to build in) compared to the initial request of 0.63% from the ownership of the two clubs, a compromise when considering that the Council were only initially willing to grant 0.35%.
The new multifunctional district, made up of a stadium, a 152-meter tower (29 floors), four hotels and office buildings, should cost €79.9m. With an area that can be used 365 days a year, revenues should reach €131m which is higher than the €124m initially assumed.
Two stands (a side and a Curva) will remain of the current San Siro, with a tower to be constructed that will house the museum of Milan and Inter.
Meanwhile, Calcio e Finanza are reporting that the Populous ‘Cathedral’ project is the favourite at the moment over Manica-Sportium’s ‘two rings’.