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Las Vegas is a city that is constantly growing. New projects and buildings are being put up every day. There are some major projects currently under construction that will be giving Las Vegas a new face by the year 2020. Here are some of these projects.

All Net Resort-Arena
The north end of the Las Vegas strip is projected to see a lot of change over the next few years and All Net Resort- Arena is just the start. Sitting between the SLS hotel-casinos and Fontainebleau will be a major arena, retail space, a movie theater, and two hotel towers.

AREA 15
Announced only a few months ago, AREA 15, a play off of “Area 51,” will be a complex that appeals to many different visitors. Once complete, over 100 events per year will be planned to take place here including music festivals, corporate events, and sporting events.

The Bend
Although it has yet to be announced when the opening date will be, the Bend is already creating a lot of buzz. The plaza is planned to include a variety of restaurants, retail stores, and entertainment.

The Drew
The unfinished Fontainebleau resort and casino is still unfinished but they are now renaming it to the Drew and claim an opening date of 2020. Witkoff and Marriott have formed a partnership to transform this 63-story tower into a casino, convention center, room & suites, retail, and dining options.

Kind Heaven
Kind Heaven is set to be a new entertainment concept of Southeast Asian culture, food, music, fashion, mystery, danger, and exoticism. It is said to be family-friendly by day but adult by night. It’s predicted that this will be the gateway to Asian brands that are not yet available in the U.S.

Las Vegas Ballpark
The Las Vegas 51s have outgrown the Cashman Field. The Las Vegas Ballpark will be the 51s new home and it’s set to be built beside the City National Arena.

MSG Sphere
The Madison Square Garden is bringing a new venue to the Las Vegas strip. The MSG Sphere will sit on Sands Ave which is between Koval Lane and Manhattan Street. There will be a pedestrian bridge that connects visitors to the Palazzo and the Venetian.

Project Neon
Interstate 15 is getting a much needed widening project called Project Neon. The 3.7-mile-long strip between the Spaghetti Bowl interchange and the Sahara Avenue will be widened to provide better traffic patterns.