The largest construction project in the University of Notre Dame’s 175-year history will soon make its public debut. The $400 million Campus Crossroads project involves major renovations to Notre Dame Stadium and three new facilities built onto the historic venue. The new facilities include Duncan Student Center on the stadium’s west side, Corbett Family Hall on the east side and O’Neill Hall on the south side.
The school will host what it’s calling Kicks and Flicks Week from August 20th through the 25th to publicly unveil the projects inside and outside the stadium, which also include new luxury and wider bowl seating options, a large video board and sideline "ribbon" video boards and updated bathrooms, concession stands and main course.
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