A property owner on the Strip has drawn up plans for a retail complex spanning more than 300,000 square feet along Las Vegas’ famed casino corridor.
New York investment firm Gindi Capital is looking to develop the three-story project on the east side of Las Vegas Boulevard just south of Harmon Avenue. It would replace a cluster of existing properties, including the now-closed Hawaiian Marketplace.
The Clark County Commission is scheduled to consider the plans Aug. 17.
According to county documents, the 95-foot-high project would span 302,613 square feet and include retail shops, restaurants, supper clubs, service bars and outdoor entertainment space. Moreover, a “future hotel may be submitted at a later time to be located at the rear of the building” but is not part of the current plans.