Chicago released documents last week that placed a $900 million price tag on the cost of building new facilities for the 2016 Summer Olympics should the city win the international competition to host the games.

The games are projected to generate about $2.5 billion, according to the documents that contained the financial projections. The $900 million cost for various facilities is in addition to $1 billion for the proposed Olympic Village to house athletes.

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