With a sold-out Allegiant Stadium set to sit fanless for the 2020 NFL season, the Las Vegas Raiders are poised to take one of the largest financial sacks in the league.
On Saturday, the day after the substantial completion milestone, Anthony and Tonie Silva, recent transplants from Salt Lake City to North Las Vegas, set up a full tailgate spread in Ford Lot J on the south end of the stadium.
Fans will be able to get a firsthand look at the stadium this year, minus the action on the field.
Nine-hundred-ninety-three days after the groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 13, 2017, on what was then a 62-acre lot of dirt, the $2 billion Allegiant Stadium now holds its own on the Las Vegas skyline.
Clark County has issued a temporary certificate of occupancy for Allegiant Stadium, signaling the end of the construction process is near.
With two weeks until the long-talked about July 31 substantial completion date for Allegiant Stadium, crews are on task and on budget with the $2 billion project.
Community nonprofit organizations may be able to use an Allegiant Stadium suite for fundraising under a policy adopted Thursday by the Las Vegas Stadium Authority.
The joint venture in charge of construction the $2 billion Allegiant Stadium is facing a fine for a serious violation by Nevada regulators.
The closure of Las Vegas Strip resorts resulted in a nearly 98 percent dip in room taxes going toward Allegiant Stadium over April and May.
The company with a large Las Vegas presence has become the “Official Credit Card Processing Company of the Las Vegas Raiders and Allegiant Stadium.”