SLVBC – Summerlin Baseball Stadium and Retail Complex – Nevada - Project Profile
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The Summerlin Las Vegas Baseball Club LLC (SLVBC) a joint venture between Howard Hughes Corp. and Play Ball Owners Group is planning to undertake the construction of a stadium and a retail complex in Nevada, the US.
The project involves the construction of a sports stadium with a seating capacity of 8,000 to 9,000 seats on a 64,749 to an 80,937m2 area.
The project includes the construction of retail complex comprising 140 stores and 17 restaurants, seating space, access routes, ticket counters, VIP rooms, parking facilities and related infrastructure.
The project is being developed by The Howard Hughes Corp and consortium of Southern Nevada businessmen.
In August 2015, SLVBC requested the city, Clark County and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to fund the project.
The project was being delayed as the County Commission and Howard Hughes Corp is differing on the project cost.
Planning activities are underway.
Planning Authority: Las Vegas Department of Planning and Development
Developer: Howard Hughes Corp
The project involves the construction of a sports stadium with seating capacity between 8,000 to 9,000 seats at Charleston Boulevard and 215 Beltway in Summerlin, Nevada, the US.
The US$60 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of seating space
2. Construction of access routes
3. Construction of ticketing counters
4. Construction of VIP rooms
5. Construction of 140 stores
6. Construction of 17 restaurants
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