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SkyVue Las Vegas Completes 1st Phase of Construction

SKYVUE LAS VEGAS GOES VERTICAL

Iconic Observation Wheel Completes Initial Phase of Construction and Begins Work on Retail District

 

WHAT:   Tomorrow morning, 12 semi-trucks will arrive from Los Angeles via escorted convoy transporting the massive steel support cables for SkyVue Las Vegas. Set to become the largest observation wheel in the Western Hemisphere, SkyVue’s cables will be the largest of their kind in the nation, capable of extending from Las Vegas to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge if stretched end to end.

Passersby can witness SkyVue’s vertical ascent as construction commences on the retail district. The multilevel shopping center will boast 140,000 square feet of retail space, a six-concept food court, and prime frontage on Las Vegas Boulevard.

WHEN:
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

WHO:

Howard Bulloch, SkyVue developer
David Gaffin, SkyVue developer
Keith Robertson, President of JKR & Associates
John Woods, President of Norcross Construction, LLC

 

WHERE: 3951 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89119
(Located directly across from the Mandalay Bay marquee)

About SkyVue Las Vegas:
SkyVue, located directly across from Mandalay Bay located on the Las Vegas Strip, will forever change the landscape of America’s playground. Set to become the largest observation wheel in the Western Hemisphere, the 500-foot iconic attraction will feature the world’s largest HD LED multimedia displays – each measuring larger than a football field – and 32 climate-controlled glass-walled gondolas. Offering unparalleled views of the city skyline, the gondolas will be available for private and corporate events. Led by Howard Bulloch and David Gaffin of Compass Investments, the project will also include 20,000 square feet of convention space and 140,000 square feet of retail space, dining and entertainment options. SkyVue is slated to open Q4 2013. For more information on SkyVue, visit http://skyvuelasvegas.com. Follow SkyVue Las Vegas on Twitter and Facebook.

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