If you miss themed Las Vegas, you'll be happy here until the real thing comes along. One Asian-styled preview center, located at The Strip and Echelon Resort Drive near Encore, is detailed as a major entry gate which would be a permanent feature and not torn down when the rest of the property comes online. Here, guests will find a large plaza with an outdoor performance space where live entertainment will be conducted "on an intermittent basis." (Think dragon dances, etc.) A rendering of what that will look like is here:
While the other, equally Asian-themed space, located further down the Strip at the property's northeast corner, will host a preview showroom and retail sales. It's seen here:
The images are small as we captured them from a recording of yesterday's zoning commission hearing. We're working on obtaining larger versions.
The $2 billion dollar Resorts World project is expected to make its Las Vegas debut sometime in 2016.