Huge Las Vegas Strip Project Takes Over Doomed Former Hotel
The Las Vegas Strip is famous for its casinos, arena, T-Mobile Arena, concerts, and many other music and performance venues. The Strip also has a lot of shopping. It's hard to know if the area needs another massive retail development. The owner of the site which once housed MGM's non-gaming Harmon Hotel believes the Strip will tolerate more retail. He believes it will welcome it. iReport.com:
The former The Harmon hotel was demolished and the prime site is being developed as Project63. The first group of retail tenants is expected to open in October. 80% of the space has already been booked. Brett Torino is confident that Las Vegas visitors want more shopping. The developer has not revealed which companies will be occupying the spaces. He doesn't want to get in the way of their announcements. As the Las Las Strip has grown more crowded, repetition is necessary. It's harder to walk along the central and south sections of Las LV Strip.