Kansas St to enclose lower bowl in next phase of renovations

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MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Kansas State has announced plans for the next phase of its renovation to Bill Snyder Family Stadium, a $15 million project that will complete the lower bowl and provide other fan amenities.

The school has aggressively upgraded its football facility over the past several years.

First came a $90 million renovation to the west side that includes luxury suites, a training table and other improvements. Then last weekend, the school unveiled a $68 million renovation to the north side that includes new locker rooms, meeting spaces and enhanced fan experiences.

The next phase announced Wednesday will enclose the northwest corner, allowing fans to walk around the entire stadium concourse. The school has already raised $9 million for the privately financed project. Construction is expected to begin in December.

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