LAS VEGAS (AP) - Casino giant Caesars Entertainment is announcing some of the tenants lined up for a new dining, entertainment and shopping district opening next year with a big observation wheel amid some of the company's big Las Vegas properties.
Project chief Jon Gray likes to say the $550 million LINQ development will be at the 50-yard line of the Las Vegas Strip.
LINQ is being leased by Rick Caruso, the owner-operator of The Grove shopping and entertainment district in Los Angeles
It includes the first Western U.S. site of a Brooklyn Bowl concert, nightclub, bar, bowling alley and restaurant venue.
Others include a two-story Yard House beer hall and a two-story Asian-themed food, art, music and entertainment venue featuring everything from sushi to noodles, robata and dim sum.
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