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Old August 26th, 2016, 03:30 PM   #221
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Bill Foley might have new domain names; team could be called Las Vegas Desert Knights

Las Vegas NHL owner Bill Foley might get his wish on his team being called the Knights. Just with a modifier.

Domain names were registered last week that might be an indicator the NHL team scheduled to begin play in 2017 could be called the Las Vegas Desert Knights.

Last week, the domains lasvegasdesertknights.com, vegasdesertknights.com and desertknightshockey.com were privately registered to Moniker Privacy Services, the same company that procured the domain name to NHL.com.
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Developers identify preferred site and proposed budget of $1.9B stadium

Representatives of Las Vegas Sands Corp., Majestic Realty and the Oakland Raiders told the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee that their preferred stadium site is acreage west of Interstate 15, across from Mandalay Bay, north of Russell Road, and that a purchase agreement is in place.

Officials didn’t provide details on the price or the seller.

The Bali Hai Golf Club on Las Vegas Boulevard south of Russell Road is the developers’ No. 2 choice.

Based on the site and the cost of land improvements, developers have established a cost estimate of $1.9 billion — $1.325 billion for the stadium, $375 million for the land and infrastructure improvements, $100 million for a Raiders practice facility and $100 million for contingency costs.

Under the developers’ proposal, the public would put up $750 million, or 39 percent of the cost, and private investors would cover the remaining 61 percent: $650 million from Las Vegas Sands and $500 million from the Raiders.

Committee Chairman Steve Hill and Rob Goldstein, president and chief operating officer of Las Vegas Sands, said the public would own the stadium. The stadium would be operated by its own seven-member authority.
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Land for proposed stadium site in Las Vegas being sold by bank group

The 62 acres identified as the top choice for a $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed football stadium is being sold by a consortium of banks that foreclosed on the land in 2009.

The Oakland Raiders reportedly have an option to buy four parcels between Russell Road and Hacienda Avenue between Polaris Avenue and Dean Martin Drive. It’s just west of Interstate 15 and Mandalay Bay.

The sale includes parcels that include 29.2 acres on the south portion, 26.51 acres on the north portion, a 4.16-acre lot on the northwest corner and a 2.71-acre lot on the northeast corner. The unoccupied land had a listed value of $40 million, but the Raiders have not announced a purchase price.

The Raiders are partnering with Las Vegas Sands Corp. and Majestic Realty to build a stadium in Southern Nevada. The Raiders would ask the National Football League for permission to relocate the franchise from Oakland to Las Vegas if a stadium could be built.


In Thursday’s meeting of the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee, the Raiders indicated their intent to spend $375 million on land, infrastructure and site costs.

The managing members of Nevada Land Group LLC, as filed with the Nevada secretary of state’s office, include Barclays Bank PLC, New York; Credit Suisse Management LLC, New York; High Floating Rate Opportunities Fund of Highland Capital Management LP, Dallas; and Nexbank SSB, Dallas.

According to county records, the banks foreclosed on the land after a breach in December 2008 by Weststate Land Partners.

In the past, the land has been identified as a site for a 2-million-square-foot International Fashion Center with 2,000 showrooms, developed in a concept similar to the World Market Center for furniture in downtown Las Vegas.

In recent years, it also has been viewed as a potential site for a train station for the XpressWest high-speed rail line that would link Las Vegas with Southern California via Victorville and Palmdale, California.
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Old August 27th, 2016, 10:38 PM   #224
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Raiders owner Mark Davis ‘totally excited’ about Las Vegas stadium plans

“I’ve been through these things a number of times, and I think ‘sense of urgency’ is a strong phrase,” Davis said in a phone interview. “We’ve got to make it work and make sure all parties are happy. I think we’re getting there. Everybody is working hard on all sides.

“If Las Vegas can come through, we’re going there. I have not wavered on that one iota. I’m totally excited about it.”

The Raiders’ stadium project was first addressed publicly at the April 28 SNTIC meeting. At that time, Davis said he was not using Las Vegas to leverage a better deal in Oakland.

On Aug. 20, the Raiders filed trademark applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for “Las Vegas Raiders,” according to a Thursday report by Forbes that Davis confirmed. It does not guarantee that the NFL franchise is relocating, but it is another indication of the Raiders’ intentions.
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Adelson commits personal wealth to back stadium plan

Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson went to his board of directors this spring with a proposal to fund a 65,000-seat domed football stadium in Southern Nevada.

The board turned him down.

So he’s willing to spend his own money to get the dome built — at least $650 million. And because the stadium’s $1.9-billion financing plan calls for the use of $750 million in hotel room tax money, Adelson said he won’t receive any return on his personal contribution.

“The (room tax) money we’re looking for is not coming to us,” Adelson said in a Thursday interview with the Review-Journal. “There will be a stadium authority and it will be owned by the government.”

Adelson said his family is willing to contribute to the stadium’s construction and startup costs for the same reason they donate millions of dollars to support drug abuse treatment and research: They see it as an investment in the city they call home.

“It’s a community effort,” Adelson said. “We live here. We’re citizens of the community. … I don’t need the money that’s going to be made in the stadium.”

Adelson, who built exhibition halls in the mid-1990s to attract trade shows that filled the city’s hotel rooms on midweek days, now sees a new stadium, not new convention space, as the key to keeping the city’s tourism economy rolling. He and the NFL’s Oakland Raiders are leading the effort to build a stadium in the resort corridor.

“We have more exhibition space than any city in the United States, for that matter, any city in the world,” said Adelson, whose company operates the Sands Expo and Convention Center.

The nearby Las Vegas Convention Center, operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, is pursuing a major expansion. Both that project and Adelson’s stadium partnership are seeking an increase in the Clark County hotel room tax to cover development costs. The Las Vegas Convention Center upgrades would cost $1.4 billion. The room tax contribution to the stadium would be $750 million.

“(The stadium) is a ‘must-have,’ contrary to what (MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO) Jim Murren says, that it’s a ‘nice-to-have,’ ” Adelson said in response to comments Murren made to other media. “He’s completely wrong.”

Adelson reasons that the city’s hotels are pretty much at capacity in the first half of every calendar year with a robust convention and trade show schedule. But the second half of each year has tourism lulls. Having a stadium to host an NFL team, neutral-site college football games, conference championship games and bowl games, concerts and soccer games would fill far more hotel rooms when they’re available — in late summer and fall — than would adding another convention hall, he said.

He said nine of the 30 trade shows the LVCVA hopes to recruit want to come to the city in February, which already is one of the busiest months on Las Vegas’ convention calendar. Adelson said a lack of exhibit space is not what’s keeping those shows away — it’s a lack of hotel rooms to support all those big shows and the ones already here.
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Old August 29th, 2016, 07:54 AM   #226
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UNLV School of Medicine to assume control of 4 health centers

But as the budding UNLV School of Medicine prepares for its proposed July 2017 debut, the institution says it will take over four Clark County school-based health facilities with plans for innovation.

The medical school, which says it will assume control of the health centers run by the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine, wants to focus on “prevention, primary care and behavioral health” at the facilities, according to a news release.

UNLV previously announced plans to assume control of the Reno school’s Las Vegas-based residency programs and much of the Southern Nevada staff over the next year as the Northern Nevada institution changes it focus.

Currently staffed by mostly second-year and some third-year pediatrics residents, the centers offer prescriptions, check-ups and samples of medication for health issues including asthma.

“We can actually make an acute difference along with overall preventative medicine,” said third-year resident Munira Rahman, who has worked in the clinics.
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Old August 30th, 2016, 07:29 AM   #228
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Great Basin National Park’s new astronomical observatory opens its eye to the heavens

When the time came to open the dome for the first time at Great Basin National Park’s new observatory, astronomer Tyler Nordgren knew just where to point the telescope.

In the constellation Cassiopeia, there is a star called Ruchbah, roughly 100 light-years from Earth.

Nordgren calls it the “centennial star” because its light, captured in some of the first images produced by the Great Basin Observatory, left Ruchbah at about the same time President Woodrow Wilson signed the National Park Service into existence on Aug. 25, 1916.
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Las Vegas expansion team trademarks three nicknames

The NHL Las Vegas expansion team trademarked the nicknames Desert Knights, Golden Knights and Silver Knights last week, a team spokesperson confirmed to NHL.com.

Detroithockey.net first reported the names on Aug 23.
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URBAN SEED BREAKS GROUND AND PLANS TO REVOLUTIONIZE LOCAL FARMING

A new local company is betting that a go-big-or-go-home approach will revolutionize urban farming. Urban Seed Inc. broke ground July 29 on a farming facility just west of the Las Vegas Strip, a space that includes eight 6,400-square-foot greenhouses, offices, a production facility and an event space.

Urban Seed aims to be the premier source of locally grown, non-GMO fruits and vegetables for the flourishing culinary community in Las Vegas. The first crop will be available in the fall and include 20 varieties of produce such as strawberries, beets, lettuce and microgreens.

“Today I really feel that it is not just us as a team breaking ground as a new company, but breaking ground on a new industry that will change the face of Vegas and the way that we grow food,” said Rachel Wenman, Urban Seed’s vice president.
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Old August 31st, 2016, 08:04 AM   #231
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The Las Vegas Desert Knights would be a great team logo!
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Old August 31st, 2016, 03:18 PM   #232
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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas plans swanky new penthouse suites

Three renowned interior designers have been hired by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas to develop 21 new high-end penthouse suites and a private gaming salon atop the 51-story hotel’s Boulevard Tower.

The company announced Tuesday that it is partnering with New York-based Tihany Design and Daun Curry and Richmond International of London to redesign seven rooms each in what will be called the Boulevard Penthouses. Tihany will design the gaming salon.

The company did not announce terms of the partnership, but noted that it’s part of the company’s five-year, $300 million capital investment in the property.

The individual penthouses, each with a unique design, will range from 2,000 square feet to 5,000 square feet and span a total of 63,000 square feet. The project is expected to be completed in late 2016 or early 2017.

“These one-of-a-kind designer Boulevard Penthouses and private gaming salon are the final project to solidify The Cosmopolitan’s position atop the list of full-service luxury properties in Las Vegas,” Bill McBeath, president and CEO of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, said in a statement announcing the project.

“Our idea in partnering with these three outstanding designers was not to have 21 penthouses painted with the same brush, but to find creative partners who would bring the touches of residential high-design to the hospitality space — the results will be unparalleled,” he said.
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Developers proposing stadium to meet week ahead of schedule

Developers proposing a 65,000-seat, $1.9 billion domed football stadium have said they want to move the process along quickly, now that they’ve agreed on prospective sites.

The chairman of the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee has concurred, scheduling a meeting Sept. 8 at 1 p.m., a week ahead of the original schedule.

The meeting will be at UNLV’s Stan Fulton Building and the agenda includes workshop discussions on the stadium proposal from the family of Las Vegas Sands Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson, Majestic Realty and the Oakland Raiders.

Adelson family representatives have stressed the importance of developing a committee recommendation quickly to maintain a timeline that would include scheduling a special session of the Legislature and preparing a presentation for National Football League owners in January.

At the 11-member committee’s Aug. 25 session, details on a proposal for additional police officers for the resort corridor were discussed and that could be brought to a formal recommendation vote on Sept. 8.

The Adelson family has pledged to donate $650 million for the stadium and the Raiders would submit $500 million to build it. Adelson would be responsible for any cost overruns.

At the Aug. 25 session, developers said they are focusing on stadium sites on 62 acres west of Interstate 15 between Russell Road and Hacienda Avenue, and on the current Bali Hai Golf Club.
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Neonopolis in downtown Las Vegas to be home to esports arena

About 15,000 square feet of space that previously served as part of a movie theater and a nightclub on the third floor of Neonopolis will be devoted to two esports gaming areas. One space will be used for an arena and another space would have dual purpose for holding matches and housing a studio for streaming.

Esports tournaments, wherein players play video games competitively for prize money, have been professionally broadcast from venues such as Madison Square Garden and Staples Center to streaming sites.

The company behind the Las Vegas venue is Pro Gaming League Inc., which is in the process of merging with Toronto-based Stratton Capital Corp., which is acquiring the company’s outstanding shares.

Pro Gaming League is a digital esports-focused entertainment company. The brand operates ProGamingLeague.com, an esports platform that connects gamers to online competitions.
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Las Vegas, Asian investors bet on Sin City’s Chinese tourism

Sin City and Asian investors are going all in on Chinese tourism as some of Las Vegas’ latest developments on and off the Strip target Chinese nationals and Chinese-Americans.

The Chinese have been regulars along the resort corridor for decades. Now, officials and developers intent on capitalizing on burgeoning Chinese wealth and Asian-American population growth are courting them in a major way.

Nonstop flights from mainland China are planned for the first time, and two Asian-themed casinos will be among the first post-recession additions to Sin City’s glittering skyline.

The new hotel-casinos boast of plans for what some other resorts such as the MGM Grand, Wynn and Venetian have quietly offered for years. Guests will be treated to familiar foods, Chinese-speaking service employees and the table game of choice, baccarat.


“The Chinese do quite enjoy a very Chinese experience. They do gravitate toward Asian amenities. At Wynn Macau, it’s mostly Chinese restaurants and menus in Chinese,” said Alex Bumazhny, gambling analyst with Fitch Ratings.

The Lucky Dragon Hotel and Casino is expected to open this fall, and Resorts World Las Vegas is set to begin construction in earnest by year’s end.
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BILL FOLEY UPDATES THE STATUS OF THE NAMING OF OUR TEAM

Bill Foley, owner of the NHL expansion franchise that will play in Las Vegas starting in 2017-18, has filed trademark applications for several nicknames: Desert Hawks, Red Hawks, Nighthawks, Desert Knights, Silver Knights and Golden Knights.

He said Friday he had a "preferred name" the NHL had cleared and a "secondary name based upon the other ones."

He also admitted he had included fakes as a misdirection ploy.

"I have," he said with a laugh over the phone. "I think it's irritating a few people."

Las Vegas had its third webinar with Adidas, the NHL's official outfitter of uniforms and licensed apparel starting in 2017-18, on Thursday. Foley said they have the general color schemes and themes in place and "a logo that we like that needs more refinement."

In eight or nine days, Las Vegas will have another webinar with Adidas, and Foley said they will be "really, really close."

In mid-October, around the start of the regular season, Foley said he hopes to announce the name, logo and color scheme, and sell merchandise such as hats and T-shirts. Jerseys probably won't go on sale until December.

"My goal is to really have a culture that has a military origin to it, of loyalty, strength, perseverance," he said. "We never stop trying. We never give up. We never give in. That kind of culture.

"That's really what I'm trying to do with the name and the logo, and I believe once that gets accomplished, guys that come and play for our team, if we pick the right type of players, they are going to embrace that culture and they are going to feel kind of a strength and power from being part of that organization.

"That's why I've been pretty stubborn about various names and trying to keep it coming back to what I think I really want this team to represent. This is my one chance to do it."

Foley's first choice was Black Knights, the nickname of the athletic teams of his alma mater, the United States Military Academy, in West Point, N.Y. But he received pushback from Army and from people who didn't know the Black Knight is a good guy. He protects those who can't protect themselves.

He has received all sorts of suggestions from all sorts of people, from Aces to Blackjacks to Crappers to Scorpions to Snapping Turtles. Some have been discarded immediately because of their ties to gambling. Some have been discarded immediately because, well, they just don't work.

"You would like your team to be named that?" Foley said.

Some have received serious consideration, like Aces, which could have tied into a local Air Force base, and Scorpions.

"Aces is pretty good," Foley said. "We could produce some pretty interesting logos. I was kind of focused on a little different direction than Aces. A lot of people like Scorpions, but the scorpion is a defensive animal. We're not going to be defensive. So I didn't want that."

He has received all sorts of suggestions from all sorts of people, from Aces to Blackjacks to Crappers to Scorpions to Snapping Turtles. Some have been discarded immediately because of their ties to gambling. Some have been discarded immediately because, well, they just don't work.

"You would like your team to be named that?" Foley said.

Some have received serious consideration, like Aces, which could have tied into a local Air Force base, and Scorpions.

"Aces is pretty good," Foley said. "We could produce some pretty interesting logos. I was kind of focused on a little different direction than Aces. A lot of people like Scorpions, but the scorpion is a defensive animal. We're not going to be defensive. So I didn't want that."
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A SOUTH STRIP STADIUM PLAN MEANS MUCH MORE THAN FOOTBALL FOR LAS VEGAS

The south Strip location is perfect not only for the stadium, with its proximity to the airport and two different freeways, but for the Strip itself. Building the stadium across Russell from Mandalay Bay’s convention center provides a balance on Las Vegas Boulevard, unequivocally still the engine for all of Southern Nevada. All the other significant future Strip developments—this year’s Lucky Dragon casino, the larger Resorts World and Alon projects, Wynn’s possible “Paradise Park” entertainment lagoon and the expansion of the Las Vegas Convention Center at the former Riviera site—are in the works at the north end of the Boulevard.

But in the case of those projects—hotels, casinos, events space and imaginative amenities—we know what we’re getting into. The stadium’s impact on the Strip will be something else.

Sheldon Adelson isn’t the only person who thinks the stadium is a “must-have” for Las Vegas. Robert Lang, director of Brookings Mountain West at UNLV and a noted authority on urban growth and economic development in the region, says the project could spark public transportation development on the Strip and around the Vegas Valley, and for that reason, it should have happened a long time ago.

“We need to do this. I’ve said it for years,” Lang says. “What we do is build big buildings and invite people into them and charge them for being there and program them well. We have all the knowledge and skills within the region to heavily leverage the stadium as a complement to our core industry. It’s not [economic] diversity like a Faraday Future, but diversity within the core economy, like when we realized swimming pools could be made into dayclubs.”
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It's a nice stadium but the parking lot surrounding the building sucks big time. Vegas locals should not let such a plan go ahead.
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It's a nice stadium but the parking lot surrounding the building sucks big time. Vegas locals should not let such a plan go ahead.
I wouldn't mind the parking lot so much if the stadium was pushed so its frontage was along Las Vegas Boulevard creating a more urban condition. Even if the corner occupied a prominent corner of the site at Russell & LVB it would help it not be an island in the middle of a parking lot, which is the kiss of death.
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The Las Vegas Desert Knights would be a great team logo!
I prefer Silver Knights since its in Silver State.
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