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Old January 7th, 2014, 09:59 PM   #1
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LAS VEGAS | Projects & Construction

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Genting to Spend $4 Billion Finishing Off Las Vegas Resort



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Genting Bhd. (GENT), Southeast Asia’s largest casino operator, will spend as much as $4 billion on completing an unfinished Las Vegas resort it bought from Boyd Gaming Corp. (BYD) earlier this year, its chairman said yesterday.

Genting, controlled by Malaysian billionaire Lim Kok Thay, paid $350 million for the 87-acre (35-hectare) site, once home to the Stardust. The Echelon project will be re-branded Resorts World Las Vegas, with the opening of phase one planned for 2015, the company said at the time.

“We’re at the moment at the planning stage,” Lim told reporters at Malaysia’s Genting Highlands resort, where he operates the country’s only casino. “The group is undergoing regulatory investigations by the Nevada Gaming Board, which is one of the strictest you can get. I’m quite confident we’ll obtain this license and only with that we’ll commence the construction.”

Genting has been pushing into U.S. gambling amid restrictions on opening more casinos on home soil, where Muslims are forbidden from gambling under Malaysia’s Shariah laws. It runs the Resorts World Casino at New York City’s Aqueduct race track, the top-grossing U.S. slot machine parlor, and is pursuing one in Miami. Lim also opened a 750-acre beach front resort on the Bimini islands in the Bahamas in July as part of the group’s expansion in the Americas.

The uncompleted Las Vegas resort became a symbol of U.S. real estate excesses and city’s woes after Boyd stopped construction in August 2008.
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Another arena proposed for the Las Vegas Strip

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Published Monday, Dec. 23, 2013 | 1:23 p.m.
Updated 6 hours, 38 minutes ago

A privately funded $1.3 billion arena with a retractable roof has been proposed at the former Wet 'n' Wild site on the Strip.

Former UNLV and NBA player Jackie Robinson, a Las Vegas businessman, announced today plans to break ground next year on the 22,000-seat arena that could house basketball, hockey, boxing, rodeos and concerts.

No tenants have been signed for the arena, but Robinson has ties to the NBA and has interest in bringing a team to Las Vegas. He said the arena would be large enough to play host to NCAA regional basketball tournaments.

Developers have tentatively named the project the All Net Arena and Resort, and the project would include a high-end resort with a spa. A promenade called Victory Plaza would lead visitors from Las Vegas Boulevard past lush landscaping and water features to a restaurant, nightclub, wedding chapel and retail amenities as well as the arena.

The four-level arena would include 75 luxury boxes: 25 1,000-square-foot executive suites and 50 500-square-foot corporate suites.

The retractable roof would enable the arena to host traditionally outdoor events such as tennis matches and rodeos, or indoor sports such as basketball and hockey.

The 862,500-square-foot arena would be built on 27 acres between the yet-to-open SLS Las Vegas and the dormant Fontainebleau project site.
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Henderson retailers struggling but hopeful about Water Street


Henderson architecture firm Tate Snyder Kimsey's design of what Water Street could look like in the future, the result of a recently held public charrette.
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In marketing the future mall of Tropicana.



With over 275,000 square feet on two levels, the Shops at the New
Tropicana Las Vegas will be a shopping destination anchoring the totally
underserved southern portion of the Las Vegas Strip.

The Shops will consist of multiple retail outlets, several restaurants, and a food court, all directly connected to the 35-acre resort. There are no retail malls in any of the other resorts at the intersection of Tropicana Avenue and the Las Vegas Strip.



The mezzanine level can be accessed directly from the pedestrian bridges
that connect the New Tropicana Las Vegas to MGM Grand, Excalibur,
and New York New York. The central atrium and escalator connect the
mezzanine level to the street level, which can also be accessed from the
Tropicana hotel/casino complex.

The Shops at the New Tropicana Las Vegas will enjoy direct access to
over 100,000 pedestrians crossing the bridges each day, and are within
a 15-minute walk to over 44,000 hotel rooms. The vehicular traffic on the
corner of Tropicana Avenue and the Las Vegas Strip exceeds 134,000 cars
per day.



The exterior of the Shops will have unique lighting features that will make
it vibrant, distinctive, and inviting, and will provide unparalleled signage
opportunities on the Las Vegas Strip for most tenants. Once inside, guests
will be embraced by the casual elegance of an emotionally engaging
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Old January 7th, 2014, 10:33 PM   #5
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High Roller Observation Wheel, Las Vegas, Nevada

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Wednesday 11 Sep 2013

Construction on the world’s tallest Ferris wheel reached a milestone this week as its outer ring was completed, bringing the project full circle. The High Roller in Las Vegas, Nevada was designed by The Hettema Group with Arup Engineering and reaches a staggering height of 167.6m (550ft), 2.6m taller than the previous tallest Ferris wheel, the Kisho Kurokawa Architects & Associates-designed Singapore Flyer.

The outer ring is split into 28 sections for ease of construction, with each piece measuring 56ft in length and weighing 44 tonnes. During the construction process the sections were held in place with temporary radial struts which are being replaced by four cables apiece. The construction team will now move on the addition of 28 glass spherical cabins, each capable of hosting 40 people and incorporating entertainment features such as music and theatrical lighting.

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It would be nice to see one day a thematic hotel about Spain haha, there are thematic hotels about Italy, France and New york so... haha
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Old January 7th, 2014, 11:48 PM   #8
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Thanks for starting the thread!

Hopefully we'll be able to fill it up this year. Lots of revived projects currently in Las Vegas from the Echelon project now being revived by Genting as Resorts World Las Vegas to Summerlin Town Center which symbolized the crash in Vegas. Still waiting to be revived is the Fontainebleau Tower that stalled in 2009 (literally weeks from being externally complete!). Residential projects have lagged as properties wind through the foreclosure process and some completed projects like City Center have had to restructure. The odd bright spot is retail development which is showing unusual strength. 2014 is a turnaround year for Las Vegas. What lies ahead will be interesting indeed!
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It would be nice to see one day a thematic hotel about Spain haha, there are thematic hotels about Italy, France and New york so... haha
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It would be nice to see one day a thematic hotel about Spain haha, there are thematic hotels about Italy, France and New york so... haha
I doubt that will ever happen. A Spanish themed hotel would not be unique enough for Vegas. Spanish architecture and influence is everywhere in California as well as Nevada and Arizona. Why would I stay in a Spanish themed hotel in Vegas when I can drive down pretty much any street and see the same thing?
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Plans for a high-rise hotel downtown without a casino — and located far beyond the large swaths of land purchased by Tony Hsieh’s Downtown Project — will be considered by a city commission next week.

With 288 rooms, the hotel size pales in comparison to the Strip’s hotels. Developer G.C. Garcia Inc. calls the enterprise Tower 228 Boutique Hotel. Boutique hotels in other parts of the country with smaller-sized hotels are defined as having fewer than 100 rooms.

That said, plans for Tower 228 include amenities such as restaurants, bars, a fitness center, conference space and a rooftop pool. It would be built on two parcels, 222 and 228 4th St., totaling 0.40 acres. The parcels are just north of the Bank of America building, at Bridger Avenue and 4th, one of the few high-rises downtown dedicated to office space.

Plans say the main entry would face 4th Street, with a small cafe to the side.

With a three-level parking garage, the building would be 23 stories, 280 feet tall and encompassing 402,500 square feet.

The plans say the hotel would increase traffic downtown by about 2,300 trips per day. Traffic on 4th Street, currently at 30 percent capacity, would jump to 38 percent; Bridger would go from 42 percent to 56 percent, and Las Vegas Boulevard from 54 percent to 61 percent.

The developer is asking the Planning Commission for approval of its site development plan at the commission's Jan. 14 meeting.

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It would be nice to see one day a thematic hotel about Spain haha, there are thematic hotels about Italy, France and New york so... haha
I'd love that! In for the Mega-Paella buffet!
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Heavyweight stadium consulting firm in line to assess UNLV project
By Paul Takahashi (contact) Paul Takahashi
Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014 | 4:40 p.m.

Over the next six months, a national stadium consulting firm will conduct local surveys and financial analyses to determine the facility needs and economic feasibility of a new UNLV football stadium.

Last month, the university’s Campus Improvement Authority Board hired Conventions, Sports and Leisure International to help board members determine the size, amenities and financial plan for an on-campus football and events stadium, to be built near Harmon Avenue and Swenson Street. The $325,000 contract is expected to receive final approval next week by the Nevada Board of Examiners.

CSL International – a Plano, Texas-based stadium planning and management firm – is a subsidiary of Legends, a sports management company whose clients include the Dallas Cowboys and New York Yankees. CSL International says it has conducted more than 1,000 feasibility studies for professional and collegiate stadiums across the country, helping plan or manage 75 percent of all major stadiums in the country over the past 15 years.

As project manager, CSL International will conduct focus groups and surveys, and come up with multiple scenarios for the UNLV stadium board to consider.
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MGM Resorts clears first hurdle on path to building arena on the Strip
By Conor Shine (contact)Thursday, January 9, 2014 - 2 a.m.

With an eye on opening the venue in 2016, MGM Resorts International received approval from the county Wednesday for the first round of permits and reviews needed to begin construction on an arena.

The Clark County Commission unanimously approved use permits for the planned 20,000-seat arena and the restaurants, retail space and park that will accompany the development.

Planning documents filed with the county show the project, with an estimated price tag of $350 million, will include a 640,000-square-foot sports and entertainment arena, plus another 80,000 square feet for the outdoor shopping center. A 10-acre park area will serve as an entryway into the arena complex, which will be located behind the New York-New York and Monte Carlo casinos.

Commissioners enthusiastically endorsed the proposal, calling the 3,000 permanent jobs it’s expected to create “good news” for a region still struggling with high unemployment.
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I doubt that will ever happen. A Spanish themed hotel would not be unique enough for Vegas. Spanish architecture and influence is everywhere in California as well as Nevada and Arizona. Why would I stay in a Spanish themed hotel in Vegas when I can drive down pretty much any street and see the same thing?
well but you can't see a replica of a spanish monument, there are alos lot of buildings with italian and french style, but even so, they built hotels with those styles and with replica of their most famous monuments

(and when I mean spanish style I'm not talking of the colonial spanish style, I'm talking about spanish, but, from Spain, that in every region we have different architecture styles haha)

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I'd love that! In for the Mega-Paella buffet!

It would be very nice haha and a huge "tapas" restaurant!
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well but you can't see a replica of a spanish monument, there are alos lot of buildings with italian and french style, but even so, they built hotels with those styles and with replica of their most famous monuments

(and when I mean spanish style I'm not talking of the colonial spanish style, I'm talking about spanish, but, from Spain, that in every region we have different architecture styles haha)

It would be very nice haha and a huge "tapas" restaurant!
I think Spain would be cool. This ResortsWorld (dumb generic name btw) is supposed to plug in the Asian thematic gap from the closure of Imperial Palace (Mandalay Bay's also kinda Asian-y)

I hope the age of generic hotels (Aria, Vdara, Elara, Cosmopolitan) is over and we do go back to the more seedy, fun hotels of the past.
My thematic wish-list

1. Bring back the Stardust
2. Arabic-theme (Sahara is now gone)
3. Tokyo/Japan theme (A Nobu or Nikko Hotel would be nice)
4. Shangri-La/Himalaya theme
5. All-American theme (kinda like a big Texas Station)
6. Bavarian theme
7. London theme
8. Safari/African theme
9. Alien theme (this is the land of Area 51 after all)
10. Mob theme
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$66 million expansion planned for Mandalay Bay convention center

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A view of Mandalay Bay taken from a helicopter Monday, May 21, 2012.

By Michelle Rindels, Associated Press
Published Thursday, April 24, 2014 | 8:51 a.m.
Updated Thursday, April 24, 2014 | 8:36 p.m.

The Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas announced a $66 million expansion project that will boost its convention center from the seventh-largest to the fifth-largest in the United States.


Hotel officials said Thursday that the 350,000 square feet of new exhibit space and extra underground parking will help it attract larger trade shows, and will allow conferences already there to expand.

"One of the real strengths of the recovery is in meetings," Mandalay Bay President and COO Chuck Bowling told The Associated Press. "We have pent up demand for growing our shows."

The convention center will encompass 2 million total square feet after the expansion, putting it behind only McCormick Place in Chicago, the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, the Las Vegas Convention Center and the Sands Expo, also in Las Vegas.

Construction at Mandalay Bay, which is owned by MGM Resorts International, is scheduled to begin in late fall of this year. Some new spaces will open in August 2015, and the full project is expected to wrap up in January 2016.

The Trade Show News Network recently named Las Vegas the No. 1 trade show destination in the U.S. for the 20th year in a row. The city hosted 53 of the nation's 250 largest trade shows last year, more than any other U.S. city.

Tourism officials are backing efforts to hold the distinction, such as a $2.5 billion Las Vegas Global Business District project that includes revamping the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Las Vegas is also in the running for both the Democratic and Republican conventions in 2016.

"This is not necessarily targeted to that, but it speaks to how we can do something as important as the Republican National Convention or Democratic National Convention," Bowling said of the expansion.
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MGM Resorts International today announced expanded plans for the Park, an “interactive neighborhood environment” connecting its New York-New York and Monte Carlo resorts on the Las Vegas Strip with the planned 20,000-seat area currently in development. The Park is set to open in 2016.

Shake Shack and Tom’s Urban are the two restaurants that have already been announced to take the place of the existing Sporting House, located at the northern end of New York-New York. Bars and restaurants unveiled today include: Bruxie, a fast-casual gourmet waffle sandwich joint from Orange County; Sake Rok, an energetic Japanese joint geared toward late-night business with servers spontaneously breaking into dance and lip-sync routines; Beer Garden, offering a meat-centric menu, craft beer, live music and bar games in an indoor/outdoor environment; Robert Mondavi Jr. Wine Experience, a restaurant, lounge and wine bar seeking to transport guests to Napa Valley, also with an outdoor patio; Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row, an American gastropub with lots of beers on tap and lots of live music, of course; and Cuba Libre, a Havana-style restaurant, bar and night spot from James Beard Award-winning chef Guillermo Pernot.

These venues will all be located along the Park’s carefully cultivated and landscaped pedestrian parkway, a realigned version of what is now Rue de Monte Carlo running west from Las Vegas Boulevard toward the arena site. Mature trees and 50-foot, tulip-like structures will offer shade during the day, and the shade structures will emit LED sequences at night. Water wall features along the Park’s entrance will stretch longer than 100 feet.
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A zip line that swoops riders past the vintage casinos of downtown Las Vegas and under the giant video canopy of the Fremont Street Experience is now open for business.

The lower zip lines on the $12 million SlotZilla attraction opened to the public Sunday after 14 months of construction, while a set of higher lines is expected to open a little later this spring.

The high-flying rides start from a 12-story tower designed to look like a giant slot machine. Riders can now take the 77-foot-high zip lines, in which visitors are harnessed in a sitting position and glide 850 lateral feet to a platform near The D and 4 Queens casinos.

A "zoom line" opening later this spring launches riders from 114 feet up and sends them soaring in a horizontal "Superman" position 1,700 feet across the entire pedestrian mall. That attraction uses a power boost to ensure riders make it the full distance of the wire.

Zip line rides cost $20, while zoom line rides will cost $30.
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