The Raiders footprint on the Las Vegas Valley continues to progress as the first NFL season in the team’s new era in Southern Nevada is set to kick off in seven months.
Members of the Las Vegas Stadium Community Benefits Plan Oversight Committee weren’t happy that two stadium operations contractors failed to attend Thursday’s meeting.
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden recently toured Allegiant Stadium for the first time, coming away impressed with the project.
In the next month, several dozen trailers used as office space on the southeast corner of Allegiant Stadium’s land will be moved off site, taking with them a small army of people.
Raiders fans who feared that the notorious enclave known as the “Black Hole” may not transfer to Las Vegas can take heart. It appears it will make its way to Sin City after all.
More than half of the fans who bought personal seat licenses for Raiders games at Allegiant Stadium hail from Nevada, team officials said Thursday.
The parking program for Allegiant Stadium has 25,000 parking spaces near the 65,000-seat, $2 billion stadium in place, with 15,000 spaces within walking distance.
“Mortenson has never failed to complete a sports facility on time,” said Don Webb. “Allegiant Stadium will not be their first failure because Allegiant Stadium will be completed on time.”
The Las Vegas Stadium Authority showed a timelapse of the construction of Allegiant Stadium at their meeting Thursday, accompanied by the Golden Knights’ intro music.
Robust PSL sales have boosted the stadium budget by $228 million over original estimates, according to the latest financial report provided by the Las Vegas Stadium Authority.