Construction on Allegiant Stadium continues as every other business around it is being asked to close down to stop the spread of coronavirus.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Mick Akers took a helicopter tour over Allegiant Stadium and the Raiders Henderson headquarters.
The integration of 5G could help enhance fan engagement at Allegiant Stadium, the home of the future Las Vegas Raiders.
MGM Resorts International intends to offer tailgating experiences at its resorts before and after events at Raiders stadium. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Land around the Las Vegas stadium site has been selling for high prices. A few months before the stadium’s groundbreaking, Global Trust Group acquired a 2.5-acre parcel just north of the stadium site. The property sold for $7.25 million, or $2.9 million an acre. Osprey Real Estate Capital and Huntington Hotel Group acquired a 2-acre industrial site just west of the stadium site in late November. The property sold for $6.5 million, or $3.15 million per acre. That’s roughly 12 times the average price of land in the valley this year as tracked by Colliers International.
Steve Hill, new president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority who also chairs the Las Vegas Stadium Authority, visits with the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Editorial Board.
Las Vegas Stadium Authority Board chairman Steve Hill elaborates on progress being made between the Oakland Raiders and UNLV football on the lease terms and what the early projections on stadium funding are like.
Oakland Raiders president Marc Badain discusses the progress on the stadium plans for Las Vegas and how their search for more parking surrounding the Russell Road site has developed.
Las Vegas Stadium Authority Board chairman Steve Hill explains what still needs to be worked out for the Raiders and UNLV’s joint-use agreement and also addresses parking concerns for the new stadium.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on why the league is excited for the Oakland Raiders to head to Las Vegas at the owners meeting in Chicago, Ill., on May 23.
Las Vegas Stadium Authority Board chairman Steve Hill broke down some of the details of the Raiders lease agreement, UNLV’s stake in it and more.
The Oakland Raiders secured a new site for their Las Vegas stadium on May 1, 2017. Here’s a look at the location. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Stadium Authority Board chairman Steve Hill discusses the details of the lease being ironed out with the Raiders and why September would be the best time to get it done.