MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) -- City leaders got a look at the proposed redevelopment plans for the Mobile Civic Center complex.

The two developers competing for the project revealed their ideas to city council members on Monday.

Stirling Properties wants to include a new event center to replace the civic center arena. The price tag is $66 million.

The other group, Cordish Companies, wants more of a multi-use complex much like Ballpark Village in St. Louis. No price was mentioned for this proposal.

Mobile Civic Center

Mobile Civic Center

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson said each proposal must have a Mardi Gras option for local societies.

"Mardi Gras was a central part of this. We sent it out to thousands of people who could've ...on this. We ended up with maybe there were 3 and then they down selected to 2. We are sensitive to a Mardi Gras solution, we're going to come uip with a Mardi Gras solution," said Mayor Stimpson.

He said feedback from the city council will be taken into consideration and given to the developers.

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