Developers of the $550 million Linq project unveiled new tenants Tuesday for the outdoor dining, retail and entertainment district that is expected to open in February.
The centerpiece of the Strip development, which is owned by Caesars Entertainment Corp., is the 550-foot-tall High Roller observation wheel.
Joining the list of tenants include the Polaroid Fotobar retail store and museum, Chilli Beans sunglasses, Vanity Style Lounge, Goorin Bros. hat shop, the shoestore 12A.M. Run, The Stomping Grape wine bar and a Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate shop.
Previously announced tenants include Bella Scarpa, Brooklyn Bowl, Chayo Cocina, F.A.M.E., Flour & Barley, KOTO, Off the Strip, Ruby Blue, Sprinkles Cupcakes and Ice Cream, The Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery and Yard House.
“Each tenant is carefully selected to ensure that the brand offering and it’s placement within the development help us achieve just the right mix of fun and discovery to create a truly one-of-a-kind experience on the 50-yard line of the world famous Las Vegas Strip,” said Linq general manager Jon Gray.
The Linq is located across from Caesars Palace, between The Quad and Flamingo Las Vegas.
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