|Country||United States of America|
|Cost||$ 1.9 bln / mld|
|Construction||12/2017 - 31/07/2020|
Allegiant Stadium – design description
The concept was commissioned by Oakland Raiders for their possible relocation to Las Vegas. Manica Architecture is the very same office who earlier delivered the concept of Carson Stadium and it’s exactly that same concept that was used for this study. One major difference would be the location in Nevada instead of California.
It should be noted that in terms of function the structure would have another significant alteration. This time it would be domed instead of open-air, increasing the commercial potential of the stadium and protecting fans more efficiently from Nevada’s heat. One end would remain open, as was in the initial design, providing a viewing deck with possible landmark decorating it. The south end will be built hovering above ground to allow the field to slide out and rest in the sun on non-matchdays.
Even more expensive than the initial project from Carson, this stadium would cost up to $1.9 billion, becoming one of the most expensive in history. Private investors would require no less than $750 million in public support, which could be financed by a new hotel tax.
USA: NFL Pro Bowl set to return to Las Vegas
Following the success of this year's All-Star Game in "Sin City", the NFL Pro Bowl will return to Nevada. Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) recently approved the hosting fee tied to the event. There is no set date for the upcoming Pro Bowl yet, but it could be held in early February 2023.
New stadium: The death star has landed in Sin City
Long before official opening it earned the nickname and it’s unlikely to change even with naming rights. Because the massive black bowl won’t be overshadowed even by nearby casino district of Las Vegas.
Las Vegas: The Death Star is fully operational
Although the first game will be held without supporters, Nevada's largest city seems thrilled about the 'opening'. Department of Transport even issued a warning for motorists not to stop beside the glowing stadium.
Las Vegas: 2% to be done, 2 weeks to go
With the 98% threshold reached last week and just over 2 weeks until construction deadline, it's all hands on deck at Allegiant Stadium. Which isn't easy as Las Vegas COVID-19 cases surge once more.
Las Vegas: 57 days to finish Allegiant Stadium
In order to finish on time a third shift was introduced. But while the number of COVID-19 cases on the site continues to rise, delivering the stadium on July 31 remains uncertain.
Las Vegas: Only the governor could challenge opening
Allegiant Stadium construction is going as planned and both the investor and contractor are ready for potential delays. One thing that could threaten timely opening is the governor's power to shutter all of Nevada's construction industry.
Los Angeles & Las Vegas: Despite coronavirus, both giants as planned
Though further workers have tested positive over the last 24 hours, both SoFi Stadium and Allegiant Stadium are progressing as planned. Construction should finish early into the summer.
Las Vegas: Raiders roof issues shouldn't cause delays
It's been an intense week in Las Vegas. Independent audit showed the roof is months behind schedule and might – if the weather is bad – threaten Allegiant Stadium opening. But complex issues might end up not hurting the project at all.
Las Vegas: LV Raiders will play in Allegiant Stadium
During a topping-off ceremony Las Vegas Raiders owner, Mark Davis announced the owner of stadium naming rights. According to Las Vegas Review-Journal, home of LV Raiders is going to be known as Allegiant Stadium.
Las Vegas: Final year of Raiders build
As construction progress exceeds 50%, we're almost into the last 12 months of Las Vegas Raiders stadium project. It hasn't been free from issues and yet no delays are expected. Here's a look at current situation.
Las Vegas: Raiders select AEG Facilities to manage stadium
Raiders have announced AEG Facilities as operator of the yet-to-be new stadium in Las Vegas. AEG will take over even before opening and will make the venue one of its flagships.
New design: New MLS attempt from Las Vegas
It didn't work in 2015, now they're at it again. Las Vegas has a vision for new MLS stadium fitting 25,000 people. Surprisingly, the bid already has a challenger – second proposal from the same city!
Las Vegas: Additional $40 million to host Super Bowl
Though construction is very advanced already, noticable changes are being made in the Las Vegas NFL stadium. 20 new suites and new business club will be added as part of a $40-million expense package.
Las Vegas: Raiders to foot (a bit of) the infrastructure bill
Clark County Commissioners have approved a development agreement with the Oakland Raiders that spells out public safety and infrastructure improvements in and around the stadium that the team will pay for.
Las Vegas: Questions about traffic around Raiders Stadium
Transit planners are beginning to study ways to get traffic to-and-from a 65,000-seat domed stadium when it's completed near the Las Vegas Strip.
Las Vegas: Raiders to break ground on November 13
Though unofficial, this information seems very credible as a labour union reveals official groundbreaking date of the world's second most expensive stadium in history.
Las Vegas: Major step for Raiders, stadium lease signed
The biggest hurdle standing between the Raiders and their move to Las Vegas was finally cleared on Thursday when the Las Vegas Stadium Authority board unanimously approved the team's lease.
Las Vegas: Bold time frame for Raiders stadium
The Las Vegas Stadium Authority predicts construction of the 65,000-seat domed stadium will be done in just 30 months. That seems very unlikely.
Las Vegas: It appears this one is really happening
They just got the green light for relocation and core sampling at the stadium site is ongoing. Fans can already place a deposit to get their seat at the Las Vegas NFL stadium, 2nd most expensive in history.
Las Vegas: New NFL stadium to be decided within days?
If NFL owners vote in support of Raiders relocation to Las Vegas, the $1.9-billion stadium could be approved by the end of March. If not… it’s still not over.