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Echelon Place

Las Vegas, NV
Alternate Name(s):
  • Echelon Las Vegas
Purpose(s): Suspended
Constructed: 2007-06
Completed: 2010
Cost: $4.8 B
Other Size Measure: 87 Acres
estimated 5000 rooms
750,000 Sq.Ft. Meeting/Convention Space
300,000 Sq.Ft. Retail Space
140,000 Sq.Ft. Casino Space
  • Sceno Plus (Designer of Performance and Entertainment Venues)
Owners: Boyd Gaming Corp
Contractors: Tishman Construction (Project and Construction Management)
URL (bibliographic):
Description: 700 rooms.
Features 5 hotels,
Shangri-La Hotel - 353 Rooms
Delano - 860 Rooms
Mondrian - 550 Rooms
Hotel Echelon - 2,300 Rooms
The Enclave - 650 Suites
Extra Note: "Boyd Gaming suspends construction work on Echelon project." Las Vegas Review-Journal. 01 August 2008. [Online]. Available: Accessed October 7, 2008.

"First look: Design & Development: Echelon, Las Vegas." Hotel Design. October 2007: 80. Mastrelli, Tara. ed. Stacy Shoemaker Rauen. "Las Vegas." HospitalityDesign, April 2006, 135-137.

"Meglen says the push to date has been on designing the two Echelon theaters, a 4,000-seater and a smaller 1,500-seat room, which also will host names and events rather than a standing show." from
Las Vegas Reveiw Journal, Oct 29, 2006. pg. 1.K

"Boyd has said a room probably will be created in Echelon Place to preserve memorabilia from the Stardust." Oct 29, 2006. pg. 1.J

“Nevada News – June 2007.” Southwest Contractor. June 2007. [Online]. Available: Accessed June 7, 2007.

“Nevada News - May 2007.” Southwest Contractor. May 2007. [Online]. Available: Accessed: May 8, 2007.

Simpson, Jeff. "Evolution of the Las vegas Strip." Urban Land. September 2007: 105-107.

Stutz, Howard. “Strip Development: Echelon gets off to cool start.” Las Vegas Review-Journal 20 June 2007. [Online]. Available: Accessed June 20 2007.

"Going Nowhere Fast." Las Vegas Review-Journal. October 2008: pg 1.
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