It’s the gift that keeps on taking. The old Giants Stadium, demolished to make way for New Meadowlands Stadium, still carries about $110 million in debt, or nearly $13 for every New Jersey resident, even though it is now a parking lot.And there's this mention of our own former RCA Dome:
The finances of public authorities are often murky. To determine that the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, which was demolished in 2008, has $61 million in debt remaining and will not be paid off until 2021, one must sift through 700 pages of bond documents.Below is a graph that compares how much the public pays for these stadiums. As you can see, Indianapolis' Lucas Oil Stadium ranks the highest in the nation for the amount of public funds used to finance its construction.