Chicago Bears reveal tentative plans for mixed-use development in Arlington Heights anchored by domed stadium

Just weeks after Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot unveiled a trio of transformative redevelopment schemes for Solider Field, National Football League franchise the Chicago Bears has shared further details about its potential (read: most likely) plans to decamp to a 326-acre mixed-use campus that would rise on the site of the now-closed Arlington International Racecourse facility, formerly Arlington Park, in Chicago’s northwestern suburbs. The Bears have been a core tenant of historic Solider Field since 1971.

Akin in scope and size to Hollywood Park, a ground-up sports and entertainment district near Los Angeles International Airport that was similarly once the site of a historic thoroughbred

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