Given the current state of the real estate market in Detroit, plus the prestige lent by the Lions' current performance, I'd bet I could get you a better deal on the Silverdome.
If one did not have to have Carl Levin and Debbie Stabenow representing you in the Senate and Jennifer Granholm in the Gov's Mansion, a good case can be made for snapping up large swaths of the city to remake into a utopian paradise.
We always decry the lack of frontiers -- we cannot pick up and create Rand's Atlantis on a deserted island. But, hell, we could buy Detroit.
(Not an original idea, but I am too forgetful and not search savvy enough to find the author.)
For comparison: I board horses in stalls measuring 12 feet square, or 144 square feet. That extra 31 square feet must make all the difference.