CityCenter Las Vegas, Nevada Development, Architects, Pictures, Design, News, Photos
CityCenter Las Vegas, United States of America
Nevada Architecture Development – News Update
13 Nov 2009
CityCenter Awarded First Place in Commercial/Institutional Category at Fifth Annual
Designing & Building with FSC Awards at USGBC’s GreenBuild ’09 Conference
LAS VEGAS – November 13, 2009 – The Forest Stewardship Council-US (FSC-US®) has honored CityCenter as the best commercial project of 2009 in the fifth annual Designing & Building with FSC Awards. The awards recognize entities that are committed to using sustainably harvested wood and creating a marketplace that promotes environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial and economically viable forest management. CityCenter’s dedication to the use of FSC-certified wood products is unprecedented in scale and resulted in a significant market transformation.
Photos of CityCentre Buildings, Nevada, USA
VEGAS’ CITYCENTER OPENS DOORS TO WORLD’S MOST SPECTACULAR OFFERINGS IN ONE SINGULAR SETTING, DECEMBER 2009
Landmark Destination to Introduce New Generation of Las Vegas Resort Experiences
LAS VEGAS – September 16, 2009 – In just three short months, the world will be introduced to CityCenter. An extraordinary urban resort destination brought to life by eight world-renowned architects, CityCenter will debut a new era of resort experiences with an ambition to refine and redefine Las Vegas.
Conceived to bring a true center to The Strip, CityCenter will be much more than a collection of resorts and residences; it’s a community – a welcoming environment for people to gather, relax and enjoy. Great pedestrian corridors, dynamic public spaces, authentic richness and diversity of experiences will evoke the energy of the world’s most exciting places. CityCenter’s public Fine Art Collection will enliven the street and engage passersby. As if in a strolling gallery, guests will happen upon works by world-renowned artists such as Maya Lin or Nancy Rubins as they wander through CityCenter’s walkways, hotels and residences.
A true community also has regard for its surroundings. Upon opening, CityCenter will be one of the largest sustainable developments in existence, bringing a new level of environmental consciousness to the world-famous Strip. The U.S. Green Building Council already has awarded Gold LEED® certification to ARIA’s hotel tower, convention center and theater; as well as Vdara Hotel. CityCenter’s remaining venues are poised to receive a combination of Silver and Gold LEED® ratings.
“CityCenter bridges the vitality of Las Vegas with the experiences travelers seek when they visit great cities around the world, whether London, Hong Kong or San Francisco – spectacular architecture, culturally significant art, great public spaces, sophisticated hotels, unique restaurants and incredible amenities,” said Bobby Baldwin, president and CEO, CityCenter. “It is an evolutionary destination that aims to transform Las Vegas as a new symbol at its core, like the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Pompidou in Paris or the SONY Center in Berlin.”
CITYCENTER’S GRAND OPENING SCHEDULE:
•Crystals retail and entertainment district – December 3, 2009
The Crystals architect : Studio Daniel Libeskind
•ARIA Resort & Casino – December 16, 2009
ARIA Resort & Casino architect : Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
•Residential occupancies slated to begin mid-January 2010 : Veer Towers
Veer Towers architect : Helmut Jahn
•The Harmon – Late 2010
Harmon Hotel, Spa & Residences architect : Foster + Partners
image from the Rockwell Group
The Crystals at CityCenter : Studio Daniel Libeskind / Rockwell Group
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CityCenter Las Vegas – Building Proposals
CityCenter : Veer Towers
Vdara Condo Hotel
image : CityCenter Land, LLC
image : CityCenter Land, LLC
Website: United States of America
CityCenter Las Vegas : Retailers
Las Vegas Hotel : Mondri and Elano Hotels
Nevada building : Nevada Museum of Art, Reno
Buildings / photos for the CityCenter Las Vegas Architecture page welcome
Las Vegas Resort and Casino – Website: www.citycenter.com