Articles in Future Las Vegas

Wolfgang Puck, Golden Knights players close to Summerlin restaurant deal

by Al Mancini on

Wolfgang Puck and his team are finalizing a partnership with Vegas Golden Knights players that would convert his Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill in Downtown Summerlin into a sports restaurant and lounge.... Read full article

Hard Rock Hotel going dark for most of 2020, CEO says

by John Katsilometes on

Let it be said that Hard Rock Hotel is not a halfway house. Thus, the resort has scrubbed plans to remain partially open during its renovation to Virgin Hotels Las Vegas in 2020.... Read full article

Las Vegas Monorail hits snag as Sisolak says no to plan

by Michael Scott Davidson on

Gov. Steve Sisolak will not sign a certificate that would allow the Las Vegas Monorail Co. to secure up to $200 million in tax-exempt bonds, a decision that could derail the transit system’s plan to build two new stations on the Strip.... Read full article

New pool deck at The Venetian in Las Vegas channels Mediterranean

by Al Mancini on

As Las Vegas vacationers seek refuge from triple-digit temperatures, The Venetian is upping its pool game.... Read full article

MGM plans tailgating for events at resorts near Las Vegas stadium

by Richard N. Velotta on

MGM Resorts International has pivoted on its view of being at the doorstep of the 65,000-seat Las Vegas Stadium scheduled to open next year.... Read full article

Get a first look of MSG Sphere construction in Las Vegas

by Richard N. Velotta on

Representatives of The Madison Square Garden Company gave the first glimpse of progress Tuesday of the under-construction MSG Sphere — a first-of-its-kind performance venue with high-tech audio and visual capabilities.... Read full article

Howard Hughes sale could put Summerlin, Aviators in new hands

by Eli Segall on

If someone buys The Howard Hughes Corp., it would put the Las Vegas Aviators, its ballpark, the Downtown Summerlin mall and thousands of acres of suburban Las Vegas land in new hands.... Read full article

6 Las Vegas Strip offerings for tech-savvy visitors

by Bailey Schulz on

As hotel-casinos along the Strip work to broaden their nongaming offerings, many are looking to excite guests with glimpses into the future.... Read full article

Golden Knights’ Ryan Reaves gets brewery approved in Las Vegas

by Shea Johnson on

The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday approved a liquor manufacturing license for 7Five Brewing, the company co-founded by Golden Knights right winger Ryan Reaves.... Read full article

‘Treehouse’ complex planned for downtown Las Vegas in limbo

by Eli Segall on

A project that promised Australian cuisine, bars and nightlife in Las Vegas’ Arts District is in doubt after construction stalled and the landlord took the operators to court.... Read full article