Crews have attached the final cabin to a giant observation wheel on the Las Vegas Strip, although it’s not open for business just yet.
A giant Ferris wheel on the Las Vegas Strip has reached its world-record height after crews attached the first cabin to the rim.
Work on the the Las Vegas High Roller reaches another milestone.
Rides on the Las Vegas Monorail were briefly suspended due to a gas line break.
Caesars Entertainment’s $550-million Linq project is underway on the Vegas Strip.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. executives say they plan to open a $550 million outdoor promenade in June 2013, linking its casinos on the east side of the Las Vegas with restaurants, bars and a 550-foot observation wheel.
Developers of a $500 million entertainment district that would feature the world’s tallest Ferris wheel are getting the green light to break ground on the Las Vegas Strip.
LAS VEGAS (CBS) – The FAA has approved plans to build a giant observation wheel on the Las Vegas Strip. Developer Howard Bulloch of Compass Investments released details of the project Monday to reporters, local […]