Las Vegas Sands Corp Plans 1.2 Million Square Feet Convention Center

Las Vegas Sands Las Vegas Sands Corp. plans new 1.2 million square feet convention center by 2010. The Sands Expo and Convention complex is poised for a complete replacement for an estimated total of $680 million. Since Las Vegas real estate is a leading destination for convention planners and some of the largest conventions in the country including consumer electronics, footwear and home furnishings, the 18 year old location needs the expanded and superior facilities to host the increased conventions, 45 of the top 200 America’s top trade shows in Las Vegas, NV.

Investors and the Clark County have received the plans for their new construction. Las Vegas Sands is expected to have an additional 7,000 hotel rooms at Sands Ave. and Koval Lane.

The commercial real estate will connect The Venetian Las Vegas NV hotel and The Palazzo casino. The exhibition space equals 1.2 million square feet, moving sidewalks to the Strip hotels, additional 1,800 parking spaces and 36 foot high ceilings. The five star destination needs to elevate its lower star and difficult to enter convention space for the rapidly growing exhibitors.

Currently Wynn Resorts has land surrounding three sides of the proposed convention space. Wynn Las Vegas uses it as parking for their employees.

To move the convention attendees quickly to their destination, moving sidewalks will be elevated and above street level traffic for increased flow.

The Palazzo Las Vegas hotel opening this year has increased the popularity of the Sands Expo and Convention Center with quick proximity to everything Vegas and the local economy.

The Las Vegas Convention Center is starting its own $890 million renovation. Echelon Resort, by Boyd Gaming, will add an additional 650,000 square feet of convention space next year.

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Las Vegas Sands Corp plans 1.2 million square feet convention center.

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