Caesars Entertainment is looking to add to the already jam-packed Las Vegas facility openings in 2020 with a planned convention space.
The Clark County Commission on Wednesday approved plans for the $375 million Caesars Forum Meeting Center, which is planned for 29 acres behind the Linq, Harrah’s and Flamingo.
The proposal calls for a 550,797-square-foot facility, consisting of 304,219 square feet of ballroom space with supporting pre-function, kitchen and service areas. The ballroom space is divided into two grand ballrooms and two smaller ballrooms, with smaller sized meeting rooms.
The building will be up to four-stories tall and 115 feet high at its peak.
Also included is a 107,000-square-foot outdoor plaza southwest of the building that could include a fairgrounds, live entertainment, and other outside uses.
A pedestrian bridge would link the meeting center and the Las Vegas Monorail station.
The MSG Sphere Arena is also expected to open in 2020, along with the Las Vegas Convention Center expansion, the Las Vegas Stadium and a pair of hotel projects on the north end of the Strip.