The sports landscape in Las Vegas will change permanently with the arrival of the Raiders to their new home, a $2 billion structure of 65,000 seats.
While most of the headlines are about the accomplishments of Derek Carr, Marc-Andre Fleury and A’ja Wilson, local sports teams are making their mark through giving.
The chief operating officer of the Raiders subsidiary building Allegiant Stadium had a wide-ranging conversation with Republicans about the venue opening next year.
The 1.75 million square-foot facility will have all the features expected in a modern sports stadium and then some when it is completed.
The price to park at each lot will differ depending on various factors including the proximity to the stadium and if tailgating is allowed on the site, Marc Badain said.
Critics still upset with the Raiders move to Las Vegas are stirring up issues on bolts used to attach the stadium roof and the UNLV’s non-conference football schedule.
A hidden gem of the Raiders Henderson headquarters and Intermountain Healthcare Performance Center when the team courts potential free agents sits just across the street.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell dubbed Las Vegas a “Super Bowl” city Thursday during a tour of Allegiant Stadium.
The Raiders are constructing their Henderson home to be open to the community, unlike the model most NFL franchises have with their headquarters and training facilities.
Workers accidentally overtightened and broke eight bolts when attaching the roof to the stadium. Project overseer Don Webb says none of those bolts came from China.