NEW ADDITIONS to the LAS VEGAS STRIP
Things change quickly on the Las Vegas Strip, however 2020-2021 will kick off a new decade like no other. The new pieces added and changes on the Strip will dramatically reshape the Las Vegas Strip.
Sometimes proposed lavish changes never materialize, but here are some sure bets. Here’s how the Strip will be changing.
…………........The Oakland Raiders are now the Las Vegas Raiders.
Allegiant Stadium is a stadium currently due to be completed in October, and is a 65,000 seat $1.8 Billion, Domed Stadium. It is home for the National Football League's Las Vegas Raiders 2020 Season and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Rebels College football team.
Debuting in 2020 Caesars, the world's most diversified gaming and entertainment company, newest development – CAESARS FORUM, a $375 million, 550,000 square-foot conference center in Las Vegas.
Featuring 300,000 square-feet of flexible meeting space, including two 110,000 square-foot pillarless ballrooms, two 40,000 square-foot ballrooms and six state-of-the-art boardrooms. Built on one floor for convenient move-in, along with nine easily accessible loading docks.
The MSG Sphere is a 17,500-seat entertainment venue operated by the Venetian. The property will include more than 160,000 sq. ft. of display surface.
The MSG Sphere promises a fully-immersive experience, surrounding guests with the largest and highest-resolution LED screen on Earth. It also plans to install a infrasound haptic system that uses deep vibrations that allow guests. to better feel sounds and experiences.
The DREW LAS VEGAS
Marriott International and Witkoff plan to Open The Drew Las Vegas. The new resort at 2755 Las Vegas Boulevard South, formerly known as the Fontainebleau. Ushering in a new era of world-class hospitality, the integrated resort and casino to be named The Drew Las Vegas will debut the EDITION brand in Las Vegas and mark The Strip’s first JW Marriott location. Anticipated to open in late 2020, the resort will feature nearly 4,000 rooms and suites as well as over 500,000 square feet of convention and meeting space. Once open, the hotels will be managed by Marriott International.
Las Vegas Convention Center Expansion Project
LVCCD’s Phase Two is an $860 million expansion project that will add 1.4 million square feet to the current convention center facility, including at least 600,000 square feet of new, leaseable exhibit space. The expansion is slated for completion in time to welcome CES in 2021. The LVCVA’s Board of Directors finalized the selection of tvsdesign / Design Las Vegas to provide design services for the expansion project.
Phase Three will be the complete renovation of the existing 3.2 million-square-foot facility, with a projected completion date of 2023. The phased approach will ensure that no business will be displaced during the construction and renovation. LVCVA staff worked in partnership with Cordell Corporation principal Terry Miller, the agency’s contracted owner’s representative, to develop the vision for the expansion and renovation project.