Design & Art

Restaurant Corridor at The Park Earns LEED® Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council

Restaurant Corridor at The Park Earns LEED® Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council

LAS VEGAS, NV – July 25, 2016 – The U.S. Green Building Council has awarded LEED® Gold certification (Core & Shell) to the restaurant corridor at The Park, MGM Resorts International’s newly-opened outdoor dining and entertainment district.


The Park to Showcase One-of-a-Kind, Life-Size LEGO® Brick Sculptures

The Park to Showcase One-of-a-Kind, Life-Size LEGO® Brick Sculptures

LAS VEGAS (October 4, 2016) – LEGO bricks will come to life at The Park on October 14 for a one-of-a-kind art installation constructed by renowned artist Nathan Sawaya.  


Las Vegas' Rising Art Scene

Las Vegas' Rising Art Scene

Look passed the neon lights in Las Vegas and you’ll find a rich, vibrant art scene that is on the rise. With much of Las Vegas’ art on display in public spaces, the 42 million visitors who visit each year rarely even need to purchase a ticket to enjoy the growing cultural side of the city.  


The Park Moves Mountains in Las Vegas

The Park Moves Mountains in Las Vegas

Identifying the perfect building block for the Las Vegas Strip’s newest development was no short order. 


Artist Marco Cochrane’s Iconic Bliss Dance Sculpture Finds New Home at The Park on Las Vegas Strip

Artist Marco Cochrane’s Iconic Bliss Dance Sculpture Finds New Home at The Park on Las Vegas Strip

Bliss Dance – the breathtaking, 40-foot-tall sculpture of a dancing woman created by artist Marco Cochrane – has found a new home. The art installation will permanently inhabit The Park, MGM Resorts International’s dynamic outdoor dining and entertainment district that will transform the west side of the Las Vegas Strip when it opens April 4, 2016.


The Park's one-of-a-kind Shade Structures Cast Cool Vibes on the Las Vegas Strip

The Park's one-of-a-kind Shade Structures Cast Cool Vibes on the Las Vegas Strip

The Strip’s first park will welcome four iconic shade structures: color-changing art installations that elicit wonder and curiosity to all passersby. 



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