1. MetLife Stadium
Home to the New York Giants & New York Jets, watch as construction for the Super Bowl XLVIII host stadium goes from beginning to opening day in just 50 seconds.
2. Minnesota Vikings Stadium
Construction has only just begun for the nearly $1 billion state-of-the art stadium. Say farewell to the Metrodome with this footage of the roof deflation. Be a part of the process with live webcam views: http://www.vikings.com/stadium/new-stadium/webcam.html
3. Barclays Center
The impressive Barclays Center will answer the age-old question of, “Where Brooklyn at?” Home of the NBA Brooklyn Nets, watch four years of construction fly by in just two and a half minutes.
4. University of Houston Football Stadium
UH is making way for a new stadium on campus and is set to open in August 2014. See the demolition of the former Robertson Stadium and track progress for the new facility at http://www.earthcam.com/clients/manhattanconstruction/universityofhoustonstadium/. Go Cougars!
5. Miami Marlins Ballpark
Watch as the new state-of-the ballpark comes to life, with years of progress passing by in just over a minute!
6. Madison Square Garden
Known as “The World’s Most Famous Arena,” watch as the New York Knicks’ home court undergoes a massive transformation.
7. Yankee Stadium
See construction from start to finish for Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. We can taste the crackerjacks!
8. BC Place Stadium
See every aspect of the construction progress in amazing detail for this renovated sports stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia.
9. Amway Center
This time-lapse movie brings the “magic” of the Orlando Magic’s home court to life. See the entire construction process in less than one minute.
10. Target Field
The Minnesota Twins were treated to a beautiful new ballpark. This time-lapse highlights the construction for this new baseball stadium. Play Ball!
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