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        This page was updated 6/1/07
   

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Las Vegas Wet 

Is Vegas ready for a giant, over the top, multi-themed, mega play-land?  Maybe.

Former Disney and Universal Studios executives, designers, architects, and engineers are planning a $multi-billion destination, anchored by an indoor snow (ski) park, a huge indoor-outdoor water park and an internationally-recognized theme park.

The project will cover more than 280 acres, with a location on Las Vegas Boulevard, south of Interstate 215 and north of St. Rose Parkway. The exact location has not been disclosed.

For comparison sake, Wet will occupy a land mass equivalent in size to the land on which Bellagio, Cosmopolitan, CityCenter, Monte Carlo, New York New York, and Excalibur sit. Now that's a big project.

The plan includes:

State-of-the-art water park with themed “lands”
Dining, Retail, and Entertainment district
Sprawling Family-Entertainment complex
Three upscale Hotels with a total of 4,000 rooms
Dazzling tropical themed Casino
World Theater with 3,400 seats
65-acre, internationally-recognized theme park
State-of-the-Art indoor ski area
Exclusive European style spa and beach club
Multiplex-Cinema with high-end reserved seating component
Contemporary 5000-Seat arena for concerts and sporting events
A second arena seating 18,000
500 residential condos

Developer, Las Vegas Wet LLC has 30 years of experience with Disney, Universal, Paramount Parks, as well as a host of other entertainment and family-oriented ventures.

One of the project's more unique attractions will be the indoor ski park.  No such facility exists in the US.

The design team is focused on making the project as environmentally friendly as possible. They plan on using solar panels (wherever appropriate) to generate electricity, and micro-turbines to heat and cool the buildings and the water. It will be the first project in Nevada to use fuel cells to generate electricity.

The project will enhance the burgeoning South-Strip area and is sure to be a hit as a locals get-away as well as a vacationers destination.

Plans call for a 2011 opening.
 

 
 
 
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