The Dallas Cowboys' new headquarters — dubbed The Star — might be Jerry Jones' most extravagant vision to date.
Let's start with the pricetag — a whopping $1.5 billion. Jones' AT&T Stadium was built at a cost of $1.3 billion in 2008.
The Dallas Morning News breaks down the financial structure, for example, the city of Frisco, Texas and its school district are funding a combined $90 million to the facility.
High school football is a big part of The Star's attraction, and the reason the school district is a part-owner. The integration with schools from surround areas is a major part of the facility.
The real wow factor is found in The Star's amenities. The Cowboy Club membership offers a terrace view to watch practice; the Cowboys Fit Club (where the cheerleaders work out); talks given by coaches, players and owners; dining options; private and corporate meeting space; billiards tables and a private rooftop swimming pool.
There's a hotel, event center, a 200,000-square foot sports medicine facility, restaurants, state-of-the-art War Room featuring an interactive video wall, and tons more.
There's even a hot tub for Cowboys players named "Lake Landry," which is reported to be one of the largest ever built and is described as having "insane" technology.
You can watch an artist's rendering flythrough here.