$450 Million Project Continues Transformation Of Central Las Vegas Strip
A complete redesign of the aging Monte Carlo Resort and Casino is taking place, and it will become NoMad Hotel and Park MGM, with new restaurant offerings, in what is the final phase of a massive redevelopment of the central part of the Las Vegas Strip.
The NoMad Hotel is an extension of a property in New York City and Park MGM will be a luxury property. New restaurants will include the award-winning NoMad by Chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara; and Eataly’s Italian marketplace with cafes, to-go counters and full-service restaurants.
This is a $450 million project and construction is underway, tho the Monte Carlo hotel and restaurants are still open at this time. They will eventually give way to the new properties but that date is undetermined at this time.
Park MGM and The Las Vegas are the final phases of MGM Resorts’ complete redesign of this part of the Las Vegas Strip, which began in 2009 with CityCenter and the recent unveiling of The Park – an outdoor dining and entertainment area – and the new concert and sports venue, T-Mobile Arena.
Sydell Group is collaborating with MGM Resorts on the upgrade, including including all public places and food & beverage of both hotels.
“We are thrilled to partner with Sydell Group as we enter the final phase of transforming the neighborhood that we believe represents Las Vegas’ true entertainment epicenter,” said Bill Hornbuckle, president of MGM Resorts International.
“Coupling MGM’s rich legacy of hospitality and entertainment with Sydell Group’s expertise in creating hotels that cultivate a strong sense of place will result in a destination that both celebrates the history of Las Vegas and ushers in a new era.”