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Dan Beckerman, AEG president and chief executive, told the Review Journal Monday that the building's unique features include an exterior design that weds the Strip's high voltage glamour with the region's high desert scenery and an interior layout that offers a wide spectrum of high end seating options.
Groundbreaking is expected in April or May with a projected opening 22 months later, in spring 2016, said Tim Romani, president and chief executive of Denver based ICON Venue Group, the project manager.
MGM Resorts International offer first look at arena on Las Vegas Strip
4, 2013. The Populous architectural firm in Kansas City, Mo. designed the arena and created the three renderings showing the building exterior. The arena will be on 12 acres behind Monte Carlo and New York New York. (Rendering provided by AEG)
While the arena is designed to accommodate NBA and NHL games, it will open without a major league basketball or hockey club as a tenant. In that regard, it's comparable to the $267 million, 6 year old Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo., an AEG managed arena that is among the busiest in the world even without an NBA or NHL tenant.
The arena will feature premium seating, suite and club offerings on different levels as well as in bunkers below the event floor. It will host at least 100 concerts, boxing, mixed martial arts, sports, awards shows and other events each year.
"We're exploring technology for a LED media overlay in front of the glass wall," he said.
Strip's high energy and bright lights as well as Southern Nevada's scenic mountains and desert.
Romani said the main entrance exterior will feature a series of outdoor socializing areas on balconies.
"In Las Vegas, the design has to be iconic," said Beckerman. "It's going to be one of the most recognizable and premier venues in the world."
Fans will enter the main entrance from a vast plaza. The entrance will feature a glass facade and video overlay nearly 12 stories tall, Clark said.
AEG, MGM Resorts International offer first look at arena on Las Vegas Strip An arena being built by AEG, a Los Angeles based entertainment and arena management company, and MGM Resorts Internationals, is shown in this rendering of the balcony made available to the Las Vegas Review Journal Monday, Nov. 4, 2013. The Populous architectural firm in Kansas City, Mo. designed the arena and created the three renderings showing the building exterior. The arena will be on 12 acres behind Monte Carlo and New York New York. (Rendering provided by AEG)
"People will enjoy an outdoor environment," he said. "The climate of Las Vegas allows us to have more outdoor balcony space. I can't think of any arena that has this much balcony space, and I think I know them all."
could be a high level boxing match. He also envisions music and concert tours providing a healthy share of the arena's programming.
"The arena is really the nexus for finding the balance of the natural surroundings around Las Vegas with the visual energy of the Strip. There's a very conscious effort to have the two languages merge on the building exterior," Clark said.
Beckerman said the Las Vegas market demands something other than a cookie cutter approach, which is why premium seating areas will range from suites for two to four people to clubs for more than 100 guests. And they will be located in unique spots around the arena.
Arena partners AEG and MGM Resorts International unveiled renderings Monday of their $350 million, 20,000 seat venue on the Strip, showing exterior images evoking the Balenciaga Your Bag
The arena will be built with high end premium seating and hospitality areas, including multiple bunker clubs and bunker suites; in bowl sponsor zones; VIP drop off areas with private lobbies; a seven story atrium and that array of balconies.
AEG, the Los Angeles based powerhouse entertainment and arena company, and MGM Resorts, which owns 10 Strip casino hotels, have joined forces to build the sports and entertainment venue without public money on 12 acres between New York New York and Frank Sinatra Drive. MGM will demolish two temporary office buildings on the site that are left over from the CityCenter project.
In contrast to the glittery pizazz of the arena's east side, the western side will feature an opaque design and undulating bands of metal evoking the color and layers of the mountains surrounding Las Vegas, he said.
"With this entertainment building in a city of entertainment buildings, we feel a responsibility to design a building that offers an amazing fan experience," said architect Brad Clark, Populous senior principal.
Beckerman was pleased with the result: "Populous did a great job marrying the light and energy of the Strip side and scenic desert. They brought both of the things that Las Vegas is known for into a single, unified design."
Beckerman said AEG has already talked with boxing promoters and officials with Las Vegas based Ultimate Fighting Championship, the mixed martial arts company, about events at the arena. Beckerman said one of the first Balenciaga Giant Silver Mini City
AEG, MGM Resorts International offer first look at arena on Las Vegas Strip An arena being built by AEG, a Los Angeles based entertainment and arena management company, and MGM Resorts Internationals, is shown in this rendering of the west view made available to the Las Vegas Review Journal Monday, Nov. 4, 2013. The Populous architectural firm in Kansas City, Mo. designed the arena and created the three renderings showing the building exterior. The arena will be on 12 acres behind Monte Carlo and New York New York. (Rendering provided by AEG)
"The great thing about the building is that we're designing it for the maximum flexibility. It gives us a lot of freedom," the architect said. He noted, for example, that he's also trying to design the building to create as much seating capacity as possible for concerts and to minimize seating behind the stage.
arena that we believe will be a stunning addition to the Las Vegas skyline," MGM chief executive Jim Murren said in a statement.
MGM officials were also impressed.
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