The world’s most expensive high school football stadium has a new owner

The $1 billion Carroll High School in Bayside, Queens, is one of the largest high schools in the country.

It opened in 2012.

It is located in the Brooklyn borough of New York, which has the third highest population in the US.

But the school’s $1.6 billion stadium is now a new property owner.

The new owner, Baysides Entertainment Group, has plans to turn the school into a $10 billion multi-purpose sports stadium.

The company said it is building the stadium on a former industrial site on a portion of Baysiders land.

Baysides said it expects to sell the stadium to the city for $10 million in the first half of 2021, with the remaining amount to be raised through taxes.

The $10.7 billion stadium would seat about 2,500 fans, making it the most expensive stadium in the United States.

The Carroll High football team plays its home games at the school.

The school was founded in 1909.