There’s more than six months to go before it’s completed, but The Linq the name given to Caesars Entertainment’s ersatz take for a New York City downtown hipster neighborhood is ready for a look that is preliminary. Like a seductive stripper, the project is preparing to reveal simply sufficient to tantalize you and get you excited about its next work. And for its $550 million cost, it most likely should look just short of amazing whenever it’s all put together.
Opening in Early 2014
Scheduled to open in February 2014, the Linq’s outdoor promenade will likely be 300,000 square feet when it’s finished, and you will be home to everything you would expect in Vegas outside of an actual casino: swank restaurants, luxury shopping outlets and occurring performance venues. Being built where as soon as stood a broken-down parking storage, involving The Quad (previously the Flamingo, the Linq is supposed to be something new for the city that prides itself on reinventing itself every 10 minutes, it appears.
‘I think people is going to be astonished at the excitement we’re producing,’ said Linq General Manager Jon Gray, who recently revealed a news crew around the construction site. ‘It’s a contemporary place and it feels right for this town,’ Gray added.
An observation wheel it appears fundamentally just like a ferris wheel will stay at one end of the project, and allow visitors to survey the relatively small empire withi