This should be the week we get some answers to one of Southern Nevada’s biggest mysteries: Where will the thousands of people attending events at the new Las Vegas stadium park their cars?
The site of the future Raiders stadium, as seen from a helicopter Wednesday, August 22, 2018.
The NFL team, which plans to move to Las Vegas from Oakland, California, in 2020, is already building its 65,000-seat stadium near the Strip. But it hasn’t submitted building plans for its practice facility and headquarters off St. Rose Parkway near Henderson Executive Airport.
Review-Journal sports editor Bill Bradley talks to business reporters Rick Velotta and Eli Segall about progress bring made on the Raiders stadium and practice facility in Las Vegas.
The official Raiders team store will open two new locations in the Las Vegas area.
Because of the high-profile nature of the National Football League and the Oakland Raiders, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that Southern Nevada is gaining a new tourism asset in 2020: the 65,000-seat stadium itself.
Board members on Thursday approved the Raiders’ Personal Seat License marketing plan and authority members and team representatives indicated sales are going better than expected.
Personal seat licenses to purchase tickets for Raiders games at the new Las Vegas stadium in reserved seating will range from $3,900 to $15,000 per seat. Personal seat licenses, or PSLs, went on sale Tuesday in reserved-seating areas for season-ticket holders and fans with appointment
City Crossing, by developer Bill Plise, was one of countless megaprojects in the Las Vegas Valley during the bubble years ofthe mid-2000s. And during the recession, it was one of many that flopped.
One thing we’ve learned about Raider Nation as it builds its relationship with Southern Nevada: It’s fiercely loyal.