Construction: Wynn’s New Shopping Plaza Rises

Wynn Shopping Plaza

Construction builds up at Wynn Shopping Plaza site…

Construction crews have been busy in the Wynn area on Las Vegas Blvd. Construction on Wynn Plaza, the soon-to-be outdoor shopping complex is in full swing. Wynn Plaza will be a retail complex featuring 75,518 square feet of luxury retail space. I’m taking a guess that it will be like Crystals, however, retail occupants have not yet been announced. Our tipster paperposter caught some of the construction activity in progress.

Wynn Shopping Plaza

Wynn/Encore has been undergoing other projects as well as moving the poker room and gutting the Ferrari shop. Also in the plans is Wynn Paradise Park which will take over part of the golf course, transforming it into a water park.

The golf course will be reduced to 9 holes from 18. There will be an additional hotel on property with 1,000 rooms and a large meeting space along with restaurants. The lagoon will feature live performances, zip-lining, paddle boarding, water skiing and a nightly fireworks show. The lagoon will be surrounded by white sand, and at the center of the water will be an island with a 1-mile perimeter, about 8 to 10 stories tall with twin peaks, bars, and a rope bridge.

[Photos: Paperposter]

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7 Comments on "Construction: Wynn’s New Shopping Plaza Rises"

  1. If only all Las Vegas construction could progress this quickly… Resorts World, I’m looking at you lol.

  2. Chris in Nashville | March 16, 2017 at 7:41 am |

    I read this and think 1. Ugh, more upscale shopping on the strip? I seriously have never seen one person shopping in a high end retail store in Crystals, Bellagio, or Wynn but wait….2. The golf course will still have 9 holes?!?!? I have to imagine that the beautiful waterfall (hole 18) will be left intact?

    • Michael Movestro | March 16, 2017 at 9:44 pm |

      Beats me! If it helps, it will be the top half of the golf curse closest to the towers that will become the lagoon.

      • Paul Culver | March 20, 2017 at 10:12 am |

        If the rendering Michael linked to is indicative of the future plans, comparing it with the Google Earth view of the property leads me to believe it would be gone :(

  3. Yet another place in which I will never shop……

  4. I can see it now, more Walgreens, CVS and Starbucks

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