"The intimate seating bowl will offer excellent sightlines, rimmed by four massive scoreboards. There won't be a bad seat in the house. Years in the making, I believe you will find your new stadium was well worth the wait."
More from Johnson's letter
"Opening in 2010, the new home of the Jets will stand apart from any other venue in the world. Something will always be going on in the new plaza encircling the entire stadium – whether it's free concerts, live pregame broadcasts, or football simulations for kids," wrote Johnson. "Entering the stadium along the 50-yard line will be an experience unique in sports. You will step foot into a soaring hall that celebrates our Jets past and present. You will move to your seats along concourses twice as wide as today and lined with virtually every conceivable type of food at eight times the number of concession stands. And about the bathrooms – there will be three times as many as there are now in the Meadowlands.
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