Reps say LINQ will open in February 2014
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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Caesars Entertainment gave the media a tour Tuesday of its LINQ project on the Las Vegas Strip.
Construction on the open-air entertainment and retail space began almost two years ago.
Project representatives now say that it will be completed by February 2014.
The space will feature 32 bars, restaurants and entertainment venues including the Brooklyn Bowl, which is a bowling alley, concert venue, bar and restaurant.
Other tenants will include Sprinkles Cupcakes and Mexican and Chinese restaurants.
In addition, the High Roller observation wheel will give riders a spectacular view of the Las Vegas Strip and Valley.
The High Roller, which will be 550-feet tall when completed, won't be up and running until late next year.
The projected cost for the project is $500 million. Representatives said their goal is to create an urban street in the middle of the Strip.