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Old August 8th, 2016, 05:24 AM   #201
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Bali Hai site top contender for Las Vegas NFL stadium location

The proximity of the Bali Hai Golf Club to two interstate highways and world-famous Las Vegas Boulevard has now made it the leading contender as a site for a 65,000-seat domed football stadium proposed by Las Vegas Sands Corp., Majestic Realty and the Oakland Raiders.

Andy Abboud, vice president of government relations and community development for Las Vegas Sands, said Saturday that the Bali Hai site, a 140-acre 18-hole golf course on Las Vegas Boulevard south of Russell Road and the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino, has emerged as a consensus best option by the developers, government officials and gaming industry leaders.

“We’ve received a lot of positive feedback from our colleagues on the Strip and (Clark County) has been anxious about doing something different with the site,” Abboud said.

Abboud said representatives of the Raiders also are enthusiastic about the site because it has enough space to accommodate parking and tailgating activities for fans.

One issue with the site: its proximity to the west end of McCarran International Airport’s primary east-west runways. However, Abboud and Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak said if the stadium structure is built on the north end of the property it should not become an obstruction to air traffic.
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Wynn’s next big thing: King Kong attraction at Paradise Park on Strip

Then next month, he’s expected to brief his company’s board of directors on his Las Vegas plans, which include a $1.5 billion project called Wynn Paradise Park, the conversion of a portion of the Wynn Golf Club into a 38-acre lagoon and beach.

Much closer to home and with an increasingly interesting backstory is Wynn Paradise Park, revealed in June as a 1,000-room expansion centered around a 38-acre lagoon that would host water skiing, paddle boarding and parasailing by day and fireworks at night. Under Wynn’s proposal, the addition would open by 2020 if work begins later this year as planned.

The new twist on Paradise Park involves a new island in the lagoon, a zip line and King Kong.

King Kong? We haven’t heard that tale since the late Bob Stupak announced in 1995 that he was going to build a King Kong ride at the Stratosphere Tower that hadn’t yet opened. He envisioned a 70-foot ape scaling the side of the tower with 30 passengers in the belly of the beast.

Stupak announced the proposal in a press conference he called without notifying any other corporate executives. Obviously, it was never built and remains a quirky Las Vegas footnote.

Steve Wynn’s King Kong announcement came in the form of an appearance before a large group of retail jewelers and watch brand executives at the Couture Time exhibition that met at Encore in June. Roberta Naas writes A Timely Perspective, a blog on luxury timepieces, and reported Wynn’s comments at the appearance as a lifestyle report for Forbes.com.

According to Naas’ post, Wynn said there would be two islands in the proposed lagoon.

“These islands in the turquoise lagoon will be like Hawaii, with tall peaks and white sand beaches,” Wynn said in the report. “There are no beaches in Vegas and this will be irresistible. Then you have to think, if people come to the island for the beaches, you need a restaurant, so we will build a restaurant on top, and people can zip line to the island, or take a gondola car to the peak for dinner. There will be water shows every day and fireworks every night.”

Then came the King Kong capper.

“And on the second peak, we will have an eight-story-tall Kong who will make an appearance every day before the water shows. He will be articulated to turn 360 degrees and will have a 50-foot arm spread, and in his left hand he will hold a girl. He will have animated eyes and a big sound. Millions of people come to Vegas each year and we know they will come to see this. The question is, how much will they pay?”
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Sandoval wants to know who pays for roads leading to proposed stadium

Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday asked who would pay for the necessary upgrades to freeways and streets leading to a 65,000-seat domed football stadium proposed by Las Vegas Sands Corp., Majestic Realty and the Oakland Raiders.

With a site recommendation anticipated as soon as Aug. 25 among four potential finalists, Sandoval said that he wants to know how traffic would be impacted by games, concerts and other big-ticket events held at the proposed stadium.

“This is serious,” Sandoval said Monday during a meeting held by the Nevada Department of Transportation’s board of directors.

“I’m going to need the information in a very short time period to see what needs to be considered if, indeed, a stadium site is recommended,” said Sandoval, who serves as chairman of the NDOT board. “There are a lot of things to consider, but I don’t want to suddenly have an item on our agenda that says we need to make a $150 million improvement to the intersection.”


If a stadium is ultimately approved, the developers would perform the traffic study and pay for any necessary infrastructure, said Steve Hill, chairman of the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee.

Those costs are included in the stadium cost project, estimated at $1.7 billion to $2.1 billion, Hill said through a spokeswoman, without providing specifics. The developers have proposed a public-private partnership to build the stadium, which would include between $550 million and $750 million in public funds through hotel room taxes.

Representatives for Sands and Majestic have previously said that the costs of road improvements are included in the total package.
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Old August 12th, 2016, 04:40 AM   #205
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Las Vegas NHL team registers 3 choices for potential team name

Bird might be the word for the Las Vegas NHL franchise.

Franchise owner Bill Foley said Thursday night that he has registered domain names for the nicknames Red Hawks, Nighthawks and Desert Hawks. Foley said he is close to registering two other names as well.

SportsLogos.Net, which has a reputation for finding newly registered sports nicknames and logo changes, first reported the names Thursday.

The three “hawks” names for the team, which is scheduled to open play in 14 months, are registered as several different domain names by Foley’s Black Knight IP Holding Company, LLC.

While the red hawks and desert hawks do not actually exist, the nighthawks are birds that are indigenous to the state, according to the Nevada Department of Wildlife. Also, Nighthawk was the name of the Air Force’s first stealth bomber plane, which made its maiden voyage from Groom Lake and was based out of Nellis Air Force Base.
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Bill Foley denies report, says ‘Nighthawks’ still in play for Las Vegas NHL team name

The Red Hawks and the Desert Hawks may be dead, but the Nighthawks are very much alive when it comes to choosing a name for Las Vegas’ NHL expansion team.

Owner Bill Foley refuted internet reports Friday that the team has decided not to go with anything with “Hawks” in it after it was reported Thursday that Black Knight Sports and Entertainment had legally secured the three names.

“Not true,” Foley said from California. “Nighthawks is still a name we’re considering, though we are probably not going to go with the others (Red Hawks and Desert Hawks).”

Foley added that two other names have been submitted for copyright, trademark and domain rights with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Those names, which he would not reveal, would also be in play pending a final decision in the coming days.
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones answers questions during a July 29 news conference at the start of his team's training camp in Oxnard.

Neither the Raiders nor the Chargers have resolved their stadium situations in their home markets. The Chargers are lobbying for public support of their stadium plan in downtown San Diego, an uphill battle, while the Raiders have turned their attention to Las Vegas as an option.

Jones said the NFL’s perception of Las Vegas has changed for the better, and called it “a fundamentally solid market.” He predicted that if that process continued to move forward for the Raiders, there would not be the same type of battle among owners that happened with L.A.

“There won’t be,” he said. “You’ll have certain individual owners with thoughts, but you won’t see people clumping together to try to stop it – not with Las Vegas in the Raiders’ case. You’re not going to have factions and things like that. Not here.”

However, he does not believe the Chargers should look at Las Vegas as an option.

“As far as I’m concerned, the Raiders are the one and only team to go,” he said. “I wouldn’t go over there if I were San Diego. If it’s going to work, I think it’s the Raiders. You’ve got to have that national cache.”

That said, Jones lavished praised on the potential of both the San Diego and Oakland/East Bay markets (even though Oakland has done precious little to try to keep the Raiders.)

He said the East Bay “may be the best opportunity as far as a market is concerned, with what’s happening in San Francisco, relative to growth, and what’s happening in Sacramento. … And of course San Diego is a heck of a market.”

He said he’s “very” impressed with L.A.’s reaction so far to the Rams, who capped their season-ticket sales at 70,000, then had no problem selling 10,000 tickets more for each of the nine home games (two exhibitions, plus seven regular-season games). He said L.A. is capable of being home to two teams, let alone one, and is fertile ground for supporting a franchise.

“It does give you a great read for the enthusiasm,” he said. “We have about 17,000 people who write checks to the Cowboys. Not 1.7 million, but 17,000. There’s 20 million people in Southern California. You don’t have to go out and have millions of people participate, other than becoming fans, living vicariously through the experience as [play-by-play man] Al Michaels tells it, and watching it.”

L.A., Jones said, “has got it all.”

“It’s got the history, and the pizzazz to put the show on.”

To use Cowboys logic, Secretariat has crossed the finish line. Now the real race begins.
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Monte Carlo pool, other venues to close ahead of resort transformation

The Monte Carlo resort will be closing its pool, popular eatery The Pub and other outlets along its shopping area Street of Dreams for good on Oct. 3, according to MGM Resorts International.

The permanent closing of the venues will begin the $450 million transformation of the property that will result in two separate hotels — Park MGM and the NoMad Las Vegas.

The renovations, announced June 3 and expected to be completed by 2018, will include the 5,300-seat Park Theater, which will be located inside Park MGM — right next to the Park outside T-Mobile Arena.

The NoMad Las Vegas is another outpost of the Sydell Group’s NoMad Hotel in New York City and will feature the award-winning NoMad restaurant.

The project will complete MGM Resorts’ revitalization of the Strip cluster that includes CityCenter, T-Mobile Arena and the Park.
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Final Riviera casino tower set for overnight implosion

The last tower of the iconic Riviera Hotel and Casino is about to be reduced to rubble during an overnight implosion on the Las Vegas Strip.

The demolition of the Monte Carlo tower is planned for 2 a.m. Tuesday, bringing an end to the Strip's first high-rise and one of Vegas' most famous casinos.

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority now owns the property and is spending $42 million to level the 13-building site.

The tourism agency bought the entire 26 acres last year for $182.5 million, plus $8.5 million in related transaction costs, with plans to expand its Las Vegas Convention Center. The expansion is expected to be completed in January.
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Final Riviera tower imploded, closing chapter of Las Vegas history
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Oakland Raiders officials tour Reno for training camp sites

Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis confirmed Thursday that team representatives toured the Reno area Wednesday for training camp sites should the NFL franchise move to Las Vegas.

“We’re looking at some sites up there and checking things out,” Davis said. “As I’ve said all along, we want to make it the silver and black state and we want to include everybody.

“We have a great training camp site in Napa (California) and we want to see if Reno can match that.”

Davis reiterated that the team is serious about seeking a move to Las Vegas, promising to pursue relocation to Las Vegas if a financing plan for a domed stadium is approved by state lawmakers. The project would cost an estimated $1.7 billion to $2.1 billion and, as proposed, would have a public funding component.
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Faraday gets OK to build rail spur for $1 billion electric car factory in North Las Vegas

Designs are underway for a 4-mile railway spur leading to the site of Faraday Future’s planned $1 billion factory site in North Las Vegas.

Construction could start by next year on the rail spur, which calls for linking an existing main railroad line to a 3-million-square-foot plant where Faraday plans to manufacture electric vehicles, said Fred Ohene, the commission’s deputy general manager.

Costs to build the spur are still being calculated, with completion expected by late 2018, Ohene said.
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Construction moving along on new Henderson Hospital
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Experts say Walters Group got great deal on Clark County land despite erroneous bid
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New stadium would brighten UNLV’s future

This is an exciting and important time for UNLV football — not just because we are preparing to open our season in less than two weeks but because of the conference-realignment talks taking place across the country.

One of the steps we must take to be a part of that expansion conversation is something that has been lacking over the past few decades: investment in infrastructure. One factor Power Five conferences look at when considering new members is whether the community has bought into the program, and one of the major ways to determine that is by your facilities.

Yes, we have what we need to compete. But if UNLV is to someday join the highest level of college football, it is important, as President Len Jessup and Athletics Director Tina Kunzer-Murphy have said, to show recruits and potential suitors that we are serious about sustained success. That means building a state-of-the-art team facility on our campus and supporting the building of a stadium near campus.

UNLV didn’t open until 1957 and didn’t field a football team until 11 years later. We don’t have a century’s worth of graduates to help us financially, so it’s going to take more than just alumni to move us forward. It’s going to take businesses, lifelong residents and transplants who have made Las Vegas their home to help us make our dream a reality and help this community become even more attractive.

What better way to tell our story — about our new medical school, our young but acclaimed law school, our world-class hotel program, our impressive engineering department and the work being done to become a Tier One research university — than through a nationally televised three-hour broadcast on Saturday afternoons while playing in a Power Five conference? Those are opportunities that you just can’t put a price tag on. By displaying positive energy, work ethic and determination on all fronts, we can build this program into something that will widen the front porch of this university for student-athletes in all sports, but even more so for generations of future students.

I’m excited and grateful for the people who are stepping up to help us do what we need to do to build the program. We want to add to the success and energy that have made this city world-famous.

Building a state-of-the-art training facility on campus is imperative. We love our home at Sam Boyd Stadium, but we also hope the new stadium deal comes to fruition. Nothing would solidify the city more than being home to an NFL franchise. However, it would also have a major positive impact on this university and football program. The opportunities a new stadium would create are greater than anyone realizes.
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Adelson challenges Murren, calls Las Vegas stadium higher priority than convention center upgrade

Las Vegas Sands Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson on Monday challenged MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren’s support of a proposed $1.4 billion upgrade of the Las Vegas Convention Center, calling a new stadium backed by Sands a higher priority for Southern Nevada’s tourism economy.

“We should invest in a new world-class stadium,” Adelson said in a statement to the Review-Journal that addressed Murren by name. “A new stadium would bring in a lot of new business when it is needed and when the city is capable of handling it, while not putting additional pressure and traffic or demand for rooms when the hotels cannot accommodate them.”

The 11-member Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee, which meets Thursday, has been charged with delivering nonbinding recommendations on the financing of tourism-related projects to Gov. Brian Sandoval and the Nevada Legislature by the end of September. The committee unanimously endorsed a 0.5-percentage-point increase in Clark County’s hotel and motel room tax rates to fund the convention center expansion, and the panel’s members now are focused on developing a similar plan for the stadium, which is expected to cost between $1.7 billion and $2.1 billion.

Las Vegas Sands, Majestic Realty and the Oakland Raiders are partnering to develop the 65,000-seat domed stadium, a public-private effort that includes a request for $750 million in public funding through an increase in room tax rates.


Murren declined to respond to Adelson’s comments Monday, but Murren is on record as favoring the stadium if less public money is contributed to the project.

The committee will take up the stadium project Thursday. The panel is not expected to issue firm recommendations until next month.

Adelson’s statement disputed Murren’s position that the convention center expansion is a “must-have” tourism amenity while the stadium would be “nice to have.” Adelson, whose company operates The Venetian, Palazzo and the Sands Expo and Convention Center, said the stadium is the “must-have” amenity.
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Reid declares support for stadium, Raiders’ move to Las Vegas

U.S. Sen. Harry Reid voiced support Tuesday for a proposed domed football stadium that could bring the NFL’s Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas, but he deferred to local and state officials when asked about the project’s financing.

The Nevada Democrat, who is retiring at the end of the year after 30 years in the Senate, was asked to weigh in on the stadium plan now under review by the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee. The public-private project is backed by Las Vegas Sands Corp., Majestic Realty and the Raiders and has an estimated price tag of between $1.7 billion and $2.1 billion.

The infrastructure committee already has recommended a $1.4 billion expansion and upgrade of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

“I think it would be great if the Raiders came to Las Vegas,” Reid said. “I think it would be great that the most successful convention and visitors authority got the help that they need. So I hope they both get help. We’ll see.”
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Oakland Raiders File Trademark Applications For Las Vegas Raiders

The Oakland Raiders have not officially made the move to Las Vegas, but a few trademark filings may serve as a sign for what is to come. On August 20, 2016, the Raiders filed trademark applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for the mark “Las Vegas Raiders.” All of the filings, which span a variety of goods and service classifications, were filed with an intent to use the mark in commerce in the future.

“It’s a new market,” Davis said in late May. “It’s got the potential to be a very exciting market. It’s one of the places where, the Raider fans in northern California … it’s a neutral site. It’s going to unite the Raider nation more than divide it. I’ve given my commitment to Las Vegas and if they can come through with what they’re talking about doing, then we’ll go to Las Vegas.”
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Developers: No negotiating on $750 million for proposed NFL stadium

Developers of a proposed NFL stadium in Las Vegas held firm that the public contribution for the project must be $750 million — or no deal.

“We are not negotiable,” Las Vegas Sands President Rob Goldstein said during today’s Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee meeting. “The numbers aren’t going down. If we can’t get $750 (million), we respectfully thank you and move on.”

Timing is also of the essence, developers said, because the Oakland Raiders’ owners need to craft their pitch to the NFL to relocate the team to Las Vegas. UNLV football would also play at the stadium. Officials from Sands, Majestic Realty Co. and the Raiders urged the committee, which will issue recommendations to Gov. Brian Sandoval, to expedite the vetting process. Their goal: Assemble a special legislative session before Election Day.

“It’s up to the governor to call a special session, but our preference would be a special session of the Legislature in September,” Andy Abboud, senior vice president of government relations and community development for Sands, said after the meeting.
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