Orlando City was set to start play in their new soccer-specific stadium this year, BUT, as we AUFC fans can attest, construction delays can be a real pain. They will continue to play at the Citrus Bowl Stadium for the entirety of the 2016 MLS season.
Taking a look for comparison sake at their new stadium, I have to say I'm impressed. They will have a capacity of 25,500 and have capped their season ticket sales at 18K....which they have already reached. They are now taking deposits on a seaon ticket waiting list.
Like our stadium, they have two decks, though their outdoor grass field stadium certainly appears to have more of a European soccer 'feel' to it. For one, the rows (especially those in the upper deck) are angled much more steeply than at Mercedes Benz Stadium and have that feeling as if the stands are almost right on top of the field. They also will have canopies that extend into the stands from the top of the stadium...which I would imagine is really a necessity in a hot-humid town like Orlando. Also, like Mercedes Benz, their supporters section only has just one level of seating allowing for a single flow of standing fans.
They have not yet announced ticket prices for their new stadium...though from what I hear they expect their supporters section to be higher than ours.