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Boise State announces plans to remodel the east side of Albertsons Stadium

Officials have not released a timeline or projected cost of the renovations.

BOISE, Idaho — A complete remodel of the east side of Albertsons Stadium is planned in the near future.

Boise State University announced Thursday that the project will touch every aspect of Bronco Athletics. 

The changes include an exterior facelift, expanded concourse, upgraded amenities, premium seating, a brand-new academic center and a dedicated home for BroncoLife. 

Officials say the time has come to modernize the east side of Albertsons Stadium. The project will help the university address a need for more student-athlete academic space.

Currently, there is no timeline or cost projection for the project. It must still get approval and be put out to bid.

The project will be funded with a combination of private fundraising and money associated with new premium seating options.

The renovation will provide new premium seating at Albertsons Stadium. The upgrades include individual club seats, four-person loge boxes and a climate-controlled indoor space with enhanced food and beverage options.

Season ticket holders in the lower bowl of the east side will be impacted and some parking on the east side of Albertsons Stadium will likely be lost as a result of construction. 

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