MGM Unveiling New Performance, Pedestrian Spaces
The latest multi-million dollar development on the Las Vegas Strip features a leafy outdoor pedestrian area, 20,000 seat arena and small theater.
It's a move to double-down on events and live entertainment that marks yet another significant pivot away from gambling in Sin City.
This week, MGM Resorts International begins unveiling its $575 million, 22-acre entertainment district on the southern end of Las Vegas Boulevard.
The T-Mobile Arena debuting Wednesday has lined up a series of high-profile music and sports events on its calendar and hopes it can also be the home of a professional hockey team should the National Hockey League approve expansion.
A 5,300-seat theater designed for headliners to play in residence at the Monte Carlo is scheduled to open by the end of the year.