Previously it had been reported some homes between Vine and Exchange streets could be vulnerable to the university's stadium plans -- and eminent domain would be used as a last resort.
The same is true of businesses on Exchange, said Ted Curtis, UA's vice president of capital planning.
"I mentioned to them that these properties are in our target area," Curtis said specifically of those businesses owned by Manuel Nemer, who protested the university's effort on the news last week.
I made a public records request on the $2 million stadium plan. I should have that for you once the university realizes its attorneys can't legally keep it from me.