The Las Vegas Stadium Authority sent a letter in support of a planned major road project slated to improve access to various points of interest, including the new stadium.
Stadium Company Chief Operating Officer Don Webb assured everyone nothing had changed on the completion date and that everything was still on schedule despite some recent snags in the delivery of steel components to the stadium site.
A warehouse developer broke ground on a project next to the Raiders’ future practice site in Henderson.
The future home of the Raiders and UNLV football is set to be one of the most connected stadiums in the country.
A Super Bowl in Las Vegas could become the first event ever producing more than $1 billion in economic impact on the community, an economic development expert said Thursday.
The Raiders stadium in Las Vegas continues to take shape without little to no impact from the winter storm that passed through the valley on Wednesday and Thursday this week.
The Raiders stadium in Las Vegas has made significant progress over the past month.
Chances are bleak that a planned extension of the Las Vegas Monorail — seen as a way to get tourists within easy walking distance of the Raiders’ new stadium — will be finished by the time the team begins play here in 2020.
The Raiders’ Las Vegas stadium has the green light to get its power from a provider other than NV Energy — and it won’t have to pay an impact fee to do business with an electricity competitor.
The third phase of PSL sales — the least expensive in the building with a range of between $500 and $3,900 per seat — are mostly in the highest levels of the stadium.
The Raiders say “correction notices” issued to some fans for the personal seat licenses they bought are price adjustments and don’t constitute an overall reduction in PSL prices at the Las Vegas stadium.
With a goal of 38 percent of work hours required to be undertaken by women and minorities, as of the end of November, 69 percent of the 940,753 hours went to them.
Safety measures involving one of the two large openings within the $1.8 billion Las Vegas stadium project were unanimously approved Thursday by the Las Vegas Stadium Authority.
Before the Raiders take the field for games in their new stadium, workers will move a 9,500-ton, 240-foot-wide natural grass field into place on the stadium floor.