Happy house construction stages as Cowboys open preseason

A look at the stage of construction at the home of the Dallas Cowboys for the 2016 season.

The building of the new Dallas Cowboys stadium was announced on Wednesday and the first pieces of construction were in the air.

The first phase of the Cowboys’ home is scheduled to open to the public in early August.

Here are some key takeaways from the first phase: The Cowboys’ new stadium is being built in phases.

The stadium will be constructed on an existing soccer field at the site of the stadium, with a brand new facility being constructed for the home team.

The $1.8 billion project will include the stadium’s new retractable roof, two suites and an indoor football stadium.

Construction is expected to be completed in time for the start of the season.

A new $2.8 million roof will be added to the stadium for the 2019 season.

That will make the stadium the tallest in the NFL, at 8,400 feet.

The new roof will replace the existing roof that was installed in 2015 and will be used for the team’s home opener and game against the Minnesota Vikings.

The retractable-roof structure will house the team and all of its games for the first time.

Construction on the stadium will begin in 2019, but a new stadium can’t be built until 2023.

The team will have to pay the city $1 billion to build the stadium in 2019.

It’s not clear if the city will be responsible for the stadium.

The home opener of the team will be in 2021.

That date has been pushed back to 2019.

The NFL will build a stadium on the former home of The Cleveland Browns, but the team has yet to formally announce a location.

The facility will feature a state-of-the-art, $1-billion indoor football facility.

The construction will begin at the end of 2020.

The Cowboys will use the facility to practice and film and will also be allowed to use the team-owned parking garage.

The club will have the opportunity to rent out the facility in the future.

A team spokesman said that the club is interested in renting out the facilities in the near future.

The site is not being used for a public stadium.

That means the facility will be open to public use.

It will be a state of the art facility with a retractable structure that will allow for the construction of a new, fully functional indoor stadium.

However, the facility could not accommodate the NFL’s annual Pro Bowl, which is scheduled for 2019.

In its original proposal, the team envisioned the facility for use during a season, not just a year.

That would require the NFL to build a new facility and make that happen in 2021, which would be more than four years after the NFL plans to begin its own stadium.

With the new stadium planned, the Cowboys will play in the city of Irving, Texas.

The area surrounding the facility is home to many small businesses, including the local coffee shop and a small grocery store.

The football stadium will not be able to accommodate the team when the team plays in the state-owned Cotton Bowl, a venue that hosts football games for other teams.

It is expected that the stadium and the Cotton Bowl will be demolished in 2023, which means the Cowboys won’t be able play there until 2034.

The city is paying for the new facility, which includes $750 million in bonds and is expected in 2031.

The Dallas Cowboys have made plans to open a new football stadium in 2020.

It was originally announced that the facility would open in 2021 but that date has changed to 2022.

Construction will begin before the 2019-2020 season, but construction is expected not to start until 2027.

The opening of the facility was also delayed by a legal battle between the city and the NFL.

The suit was settled in May and the stadium is scheduled open to fans in 2022.

The relocation of the franchise will be contingent on the team staying in the Dallas area.