Las Vegas Expansion Decade

Brian Goodman
Published on August 9, 2016

Las Vegas Expansion Decade

2016 – 2026 The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

There are many Huge projects underway or just about to be underway that will lead to one of the largest if not the largest expansion decade in Las Vegas History.  Las Vegas has always had expansions and downturns, often not exactly correlating to the national and world expansions and retractions of the economy.  The following are just a snapshot of the amazing projects underway or close to being underway in the Las Vegas Valley which will lead to a massive economic expansion for the local economy:

Over the next three years, 10 Southern Nevada projects will have $12 billion in capital expenses and spur economic development throughout the valley. The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

1. Resorts World Las Vegas, Strip resort project — $4 billion

It’s a 3,000-room resort by the Genting Group at the former site of the Stardust and Echelon. It would be the first Strip megaresort to be built in Las Vegas in close to seven years.  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

2. Las Vegas Global Business District, Las Vegas Convention Center refurbishment — $2.3 billion

 In a bid to attract the international business community, the Convention Center overhaul would include a home for the World Trade Center and incorporate a transportation hub to accomodate several modes of transportation, including buses, taxis, the Las Vegas Monorail and, possibly, light rail.  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

3. Project Neon, Spaghetti Bowl freeway interchange project — $1.8 billion

The state’s largest public works project will include the redesign of several freeway exits and the construction of high-occupancy-vehicle flyover bridge designed to ease traffic on the merge of southbound U.S. Highway 95 to southbound Interstate 15 as well as its northbound counterpart.  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

4. Union Village, integrated health village in Henderson — $1.4 billion

Tabbed as the largest integrated healthcare facility in the world, ground has been broken on the 158-acre project that would include a world-class hospital complex and health center, residential, entertainment and specialty retail space, a senior retirement community and a civic and cultural arts center integrated into a master-planned community.  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

5. Switch, digitally connected data storage center — $1 billion

The expansion of the Supernap project in Southern Nevada is being coupled with similar facilities in Reno, Northern California and Southern California. When completed, it would be the largest looped data system in the country.  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

6. First Solar, solar power plant near Primm — $1 billion

You can’t miss seeing the massive field of mirrors and towers in the desert straddling the Nevada-California border.  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

 7. Downtown Summerlin, retail center by Howard Hughes Corp. — $500 million

The first phase of Downtown Summerlin has already opened. Located next door to the Red Rock Resort, the center also may someday be home to the home of a AAA baseball stadium for the Pacific Coast League Las Vegas 51s.The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

8. MGM/AEG Arena, MGM Resorts International’2 20,000-seat stadium — $375 million

Located just west of the New York-New York property at Interstate 15 and Tropicana Avenue, the arena, already under construction, will handle large entertainment events, boxing matches and maybe, someday, a National Hockey League or National Basketball Association franchise.  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

9. Interstate 11-Boulder City bypass, state highway project near Boulder City — $350 million

It’s destined to be the first piece of Interstate 11, a freeway linking the two largest cities without an interstate highway connection, Phoenix and Las Vegas. Decades from now, it will be a portion of the Canamex Highway linking Canada and Mexico, serving as a primary route for goods arriving at ports in Mexico.  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

10. Las Vegas Soccer Stadium, downtown facility promoted by City of Las Vegas — $200 million

Currently the subject of political controversy, the 24,000-seat stadium on 13 acres in downtown’s Symphony Park would be a partnership between the City of Las Vegas, The Cordish Cos., and Findlay Sports & Entertainment. If built, it would be the home of the city’s first major-league sports franchise, a team in Major League Soccer.  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

Courtesy of Review Journal. RICHARD N. VELOTTA.  January 2015.

 

  • There are massive housing projects underway.  The potential of another Tesla type company.  The NFL possibility with the Raiders and the stadium for NFL, UNLV  and various venues.  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

The coming decade could prove to be the next massive growth of the Las Vegas Valley and could very well rival the expansion of the previous Huge decades for Sin City….  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

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August 9th, 2016.  The Las Vegas Expansion Decade…

Las Vegas Expansion Decade
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