Town Square Opens In Las Vegas
Just in time for the frenzy of the holiday shopping season there is a new place to shop in Las Vegas. Town Square is a massive $750 million mixed-use development on the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip which opened last week. The development is home to 150 stores, 12 restaurants and an 18-screen cineplex. Town Square is more town than square, it has a total of the equivalent of 28 football fields worth of mixed-use space. Retail offerings include Crabtree & Evelyn, Chico's, Lucky Brand, Apple, Steve Madden, H&M, Tommy Bahama, a two-level, 92,000-square-foot Robb & Stucky, a Borders Books & Music superstore, Design Within Reach, Guitar Center and a 50,000 square-foot Whole Foods Market. A variety of restaurants are also scattered through the development and there is an 8,000-square-foot park that includes a pond. A separate children's park offers a tree house and a hedge maze. The development also includes nine office buildings and there is space for a future 270-room hotel.