Wolfgang Puck’s Spago to move from Forum Shops to Bellagio

Wolfgang Puck’s Spago, the restaurant typically hailed as the genesis of Las Vegas’ dining renaissance, will close the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace place it has actually lived in because 1992 and reopen at Bellagio in spring 2018.

The current Spago will shutter sometime in 2018 and the new Spago will take the place of Bellagio fixture Todd English’s Olives, which will close this winter season.

“Just as Spago is credited with beginning the Las Vegas culinary transformation, Bellagio changed the casino-resort industry when it opened with the first collection of world-famous chefs and restaurants,” stated Wolfgang Puck in a statement. “My partners and I are thrilled to sign up with the Bellagio family and introduce our brand-new Spago to the thousands of international visitors the resort invites daily. We reimagined Spago in Beverly Hills more than Twenty Years ago and look forward to doing the exact same in Las Vegas.”

The new restaurant will be found along the Via Bellagio retail boardwalk and will use an outdoor patio with views of Bellagio’s water fountains. Architects Massimiliano Locatelli and Annamaria Scevola of CLS Architetti will develop the area with brass components, oak floors, leather chairs and couches and a bar and wine space lit by a neon light component.

The Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group operates restaurants around the globe consisting of Las Vegas’ Cucina at the Shops at Crystals, Cut at Palazzo, Lupo at Mandalay Bay, and Wolfgang Puck Bar & & Grill at MGM Grand and Downtown Summerlin.

Office Lease Up (August 21) Travel Leaders Group Inks 105,892-SF Lease at 1633 Broadway

Weekly Wrap-Up of Largest Reported Workplace Leases Include Offers by Bates White, WeWork, The Earnings Group, SAP and more

Travel Leaders Group has signed a lease to inhabit 105,892 square feet at 1633 Broadway in New york city City.

The biggest travel agency in the United States, Travel Leaders Group will occupy the entire 35th and 36th floorings on a 10-year deal slated to commence in Q1 2018.

The CBRE team of Patrice Meagher, Paul Amrich, Howard Fiddle, Emily Jones and Robert Hill brokered the lease on behalf of the property manager, Paramount Group. By Daniel Griffin

Bates White Most current to Sign On at Alexander Court Redevelopment

Bates White has
signed a multi-year offer for 84,325 square feet in the North structure at Rockrose Advancement and Spitzer Enterprises’ Alexander Court redevelopment in downtown Washington, D.C.

Located at 2000 L St., the 552,477-square-foot, 13-story office complex is being redeveloped in addition to 2001 K St. NW to form Alexander Court, a brand-new prize office development situated 2 blocks east of Washington Circle near D.C.’s West End.

Kevin Howard of CBRE worked out the lease on behalf of Bates White, while William Stern and Greg Tomasso of Avison Young represented ownership. By Sean Freeman

WeWork Picks One Glenwood Development for First Raleigh Area

WeWork will open its very first area in Raleigh and its 2nd in the Carolinas after the shared workplace company
signed a lease for 81,032 square feet at Heritage Properties’ suggested One Glenwood project in west Raleigh.

The New York City-based business will occupy floors 3 through 5 of the $86 million project, which is set up to break ground later on this month at the corner of Glenwood Ave. and Hillsborough St. and provide in Q4 2018.

William Allen and Alex Dunn of Trinity Partners represented Heritage Characteristic in settlements, while Jason High and John Daly of CBRE brokered the deal doe WeWork. By Brian Hobson

The Income Group Leases 69,223 SF in Midtown Cleveland

The Income Group, a balance dues management business,
signed a lease for 69,223 square feet in the office building at 3711 Chester Ave. in Cleveland, OH.

The two-story building overalls 100,395 square feet in Midtown. The property’s previous owner, Dealership Tire, vacated the residential or commercial property in early 2017.

The property’s present owner, IRG Real estate Advisers (IRG RA), brokered the offer in-house. By Michele Turner

SAP Leases 43,800 SF in Hines/Cousins’ 8000 Avalon Workplace Tower

SAP, a leading provider of enterprise software,
signed a 10-year lease to take around 43,800 square feet at 8000 Avalon in North Atlanta.

Houston-based Hines and Atlanta-based realty financial investment trust Cousins Residence (NYSE: CUZ) co-developed the 228,182-square-foot, nine-story office midrise as part of The Avalon mixed-use advancement. SAP’s lease beings 8000 Avalon to 93% leased.

Gregg Metcalf, Tim McCarthy and Ryan Fetz of JLL represented SAP in lease settlements. By Brittany Thomas

Homrich Berg Picks Three Alliance Center for Corporate Headquarters

Homrich Berg has
finalized an offer that will see the wealth management company move its headquarters to 26,126 square feet at the brand name new Three Alliance Center tower in Upper Buckhead.

For the last 25 years, Homrich Berg had actually preserved its head office at neighboring One Buckhead Plaza. The new location will keep the firm on the Georgia 400 passage and continue to supply MARTA rail access while providing expanded space to accommodate business development.

Chis Ahrenkiel worked out the Homrich Berg lease in-house on behalf of 3 Alliance Center owner, Tishman Speyer. By Bryce Meyers

Storm8 Subleases 24,192 SF in Bayshore Tech Park

Mobile social video game designer Storm8 has
subleased 24,192 square feet at 2400 Bridge Pky. in Redwood City, CA.

The 48,384-square-foot, two-story office building lies southeast of San Francisco within the Bayshore Innovation Park in the Foster City/Redwood Shores submarket.

Jay Sternberg and Paul McManus of Colliers International represented Storm8, while Luke Wilson and Grant Zamudio, also of Colliers International, represented the sublessor. By Eric Kies

Mercury Insurance coverage Inks Offer at NW San Antonio Residential or commercial property

Mercury Insurance (NYSE:
MCY), a multiple-line insurance organization locateded in Los Angeles, reached a deal to rent 22,317 square feet of office space at 4500 Lockhill-Selma Rd. in San Antonio, TX.

The 107,726-square-foot, two-story building was finished in 2006 just southeast of the I-10/ N. Loop 1604 West interchange in the Northwest submarket.

David Held and Albert McNeel of Endura Advisory Group handled lease negotiations on behalf of the owner, Southwest Organisation Corp. Gary Goodgame of Corporate Realty Associates represented Mercury Insurance. By Andrea Lawson

Nelson & & Kennard Leases 21,507 SF in McClellan Park

Nelson & & Kennard, a law office focusing on debt collection, has
signed a five-year lease for 21,507 square feet in the office complex at 5011-G Dudley Blvd. in McClellan, CA.

Nelson & & Kennard is slated to move into the 159,285-square-foot, single-story building in January 2018 after the property is developed out into 100% office space.

John Knauer of McClellan Park, LLC represented the property manager in-house. By Lyssa Woo

Morgan Stanley Consents to Lease Renewal at Drake Pointe

New york city City-based worldwide monetary services firm Morgan Stanley (NYSE:
MS) has renewed its 17,244-square-foot lease at 35055 W. 12 Mile Rd. in Farmington Hills, MI. Called Drake Pointe, the two-story, 68,100-square-foot office building was constructed in 1984

in the Farmington/Farm Hills submarket and last refurbished in 1996. According to CoStar details, Morgan Stanley has maintained a workplace in the building given that 1997. Representatives with JLL represented Morgan Stanley in the deal while building owner Promanas Group was represented in-house. By Delphine Thomas UMB Bank Indications Deal at 777 Main for Flagship Office UMB Bank has signed a 10-year lease at 777 Main in downtown Fort Worth, TX where the company will develop a new flagship office. A varied financial holding company and subsidiary of Kansas City-based UMB Financial Corp (NYSE: UMBF), UMB Bank will occupy 19,000 square feet on the 5th flooring presently inhabited by Frost Bank. The deal consists of 12,000 square feet of office and a 7,000-square-foot lobby, in addition to outside signage. Mike Gosslee and Jay Holland of Cushman & Wakefield represented the renter. It appears that the property manager was self-represented. By LaShawnda Sharp Verizon to Open New Office in Guv’s Hill Transnational communications huge Verizon (NYSE: VZ )has signed a lease for 14,352 square feet in the office complex at 8800 Governor’s Hill Rd. in Cincinnati, OH. The two-story structure totaling 28,704 square feet was built in 1984 about 20 miles northeast of Cincinnati in the Guv’s Hill office park. John Eckert and Scott Yards of CBRE represented the property owner in settlements. By Jessy Gendelman College Football Playoff Extends HQ Lease Through 2024 The College Football Playoff( CFP) has< a href=" http://www.costar.com/News/Article/College-Football-Playoff-Extends-HQ-Lease-Through-2024/193363

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Gemini Rosemont Commercial Property to maintain its corporate workplaces at The Top at Las Colinas in Irving, TX. CFP, the company that picks the matchups for Division I college football’s BCS
bowl games, has actually been locateded at 545 E. John Carpenter Fwy. given that 2013. With the renewal, CFP will stay in its 10,228-square-foot offices through 2024

. Kirby White of Rosemont Realty represented Gemini Rosemont in settlements, while Peery Wood of CBRE represented CFP. By Fran Koerner

Las Vegas airport asks jet owners to make parking plans for big fight

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Steve Marcus A personal jet takes off from the Henderson Executive Airport in Henderson Thursday, July 28, 2016.

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Las Vegas airport officials are asking owners of business airplanes to find places to park their aircraft while in town for the upcoming battle between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor.

McCarran International Airport spokesperson Christine Crews stated Monday that airplane owners and operators must make parking appointments ahead of the fight this coming weekend.

Airport officials are also providing a web portal for business and private jet teams to share arrival and departure info to prevent blockage at the busy airport off the Las Vegas Strip.

Crews states the airplane can likewise use neighboring airports in Henderson and North Las Vegas.

She says the number of aircraft in the area for the Mayweather battle with Manny Pacquiao in May 2015 required McCarran to utilize a taxiway to park private jets.

Box Office Top 20: '' The Hitman ' s Bodyguard ' hits No. 1

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Jack English/ Lionsgate by means of AP This image reveals Samuel L. Jackson, left, and Ryan Reynolds in “The Gunman’s Bodyguard.”

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LOS ANGELES– “The Hit man’s Bodyguard” took the weekend from the heist photo “Logan Lucky.” Starring Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds, “The Hit man’s Bodyguard” opened to $21.4 million, easily topping the weekend which continued the downward spiral of the summer motion picture season compared with in 2015.

The scary pic “Annabelle: Creation” took second place in its second weekend in theaters with $15.6 million, while director Steven Soderbergh’s “Logan Lucky,” starring Channing Tatum, Adam Driver and Daniel Craig, hobbled into 3rd place in its very first weekend in theaters with $7.6 million.

Christopher Nolan’s WWII pic “Dunkirk” positioned fourth with $6.6 million, bringing its domestic overall to $165.4 million after 5 weeks in theaters, while “The Nut Task 2: Nutty by Nature” took 5th with $5.1 million.

The leading 20 films at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by circulation studio, gross, variety of theater locations, average invoices per place, total gross and number of weeks in release, as assembled Monday by comScore:

1. “The Gunman’s Bodyguard,” Lionsgate, $21,384,504, 3,377 places, $6,332 average, $21,384,504, 1 Week.

2. “Annabelle: Development,” Warner Bros., $15,612,680, 3,542 locations, $4,408 average, $64,156,901, 2 Weeks.

3. “Logan Lucky,” Bleecker Street, $7,600,036, 3,031 locations, $2,507 average, $7,600,036, 1 Week.

4. “Dunkirk,” Warner Bros., $6,614,385, 3,271 locations, $2,022 average, $165,422,464, 5 Weeks.

5. “The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature,” Open Road, $5,092,344, 4,003 locations, $1,272 average, $17,675,989, 2 Weeks.

6. “Emoji Film, The,” Sony, $4,441,028, 2,791 places, $1,591 average, $71,858,380, 4 Weeks.

7. “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” Sony, $4,256,367, 2,341 locations, $1,818 average, $314,057,748, 7 Weeks.

8. “Women Trip,” Universal, $3,911,300, 2,010 locations, $1,946 average, $104,053,445, 5 Weeks.

9. “The Dark Tower,” Sony, $3,788,669, 3,143 places, $1,205 average, $41,673,047, 3 Weeks.

10. “Wind River,” The Weinstein Company, $2,975,732, 694 locations, $4,288 average, $4,089,001, 3 Weeks.

11. “Kidnap,” Aviron Pictures, $2,961,475, 2,345 locations, $1,263 average, $24,527,158, 3 Weeks.

12. “The Glass Castle,” Lionsgate, $2,549,459, 1,461 locations, $1,745 average, $9,705,840, 2 Weeks.

13. “Atomic Blonde,” Focus Characteristic, $2,179,190, 1,628 areas, $1,339 average, $47,158,045, 4 Weeks.

14. “Despicable Me 3,” Universal, $2,073,810, 1,551 places, $1,337 average, $251,774,330, 8 Weeks.

15. “War For The Planet Of The Apes,” 20th Century Fox, $2,010,898, 1,608 areas, $1,251 average, $140,958,101, 6 Weeks.

16. “Wonder Female,” Warner Bros., $1,092,338, 803 areas, $1,360 average, $404,000,714, 12 Weeks.

17. “Big Sick, The,” Lionsgate, $1,001,010, 618 locations, $1,620 average, $38,066,440, 9 Weeks.

18. “Detroit,” Annapurna Pictures, $856,766, 1,428 locations, $600 average, $15,525,229, 4 Weeks.

19. “Baby Chauffeur,” Sony, $856,054, 683 places, $1,253 average, $101,689,495, 8 Weeks.

20. “Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Strategy,” STX Home entertainment, $397,019, 465 places, $854 average, $39,227,747, 5 Weeks.

Trinity/Oaktree Capital Type $3 Billion Hotel Financial investment Joint Venture

In Lodging Market Ripe for Opportunistic Investment, JV to Pursue Offers for Characteristic in CA, Hawaii and Potentially Other United States Entrance Markets

Simply over 3 months after acquiring the leasehold of the Westin Maui Resort & & Spa from Marriott International Inc. for $317 million, Trinity Investments LLC and Oaktree Capital Management, LP have actually announced a joint venture to invest as much as $3 billion in Trinity’s core markets of Hawaii, California, Mexico and Japan.

The venture, with Trinity accountable for acquisitions and possession management, is seeking to invest alongside other institutional groups and high-net-worth investors. The joint venture might likewise pursue hotel assets in chosen other entrance U.S. markets.

Oaktree and Trinity got the 759-room Westin Maui Resort & & Spa from Marriott, which got Starwood Hotels & & Resorts in 2016.

Trinity President and CEO Sean Hehir stated the expansion of its relationship with Oaktree provide extra capital to increase the personal property financial investment firm’s scale in its core markets, keeping in mind in a release that “Oaktree is a smart financier who acknowledges the success of our platform and shares our bullish outlook on these markets.”

Ben Bianchi, handling director of Los Angeles-based Oaktree Capital, included that the partnership aligns with his business’s method to investing with skilled partners in key markets.

“We’re confident that Trinity’s financial investment acumen and market understanding coupled with our knowledge will lead to an extremely attractive portfolio of hotel financial investments,” Bianchi stated.

Honolulu-based Trinity has finished more than $5 billion in lodging deals in Hawaii, Mexico and Japan over the previous Twenty Years. Oaktree, among the world’s leading global investment supervisors, had $99 billion in properties under management as of June 30, 2017.

Rebel Guide: 12 Tips for a Terrific Term

The chill of fall might not quite be in the air, but that does not indicate it’s too early to think of how you’re going to spend the start of the semester. Campus is ripe with plenty of resources for you to make the most of your year. Here are a couple of ideas to obtain you going. You’re going to want to take cautious notes– specifically to the part about Steak N Shake.

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n’t know where to begin? Start at The Crossway, UNLV’s detailed multicultural center. The center assists trainees, particularly first-generation and trainees of color, successfully navigate their academic careers. Easily found on the very first flooring of the Student Union, The Intersection is your location to connect to the best people, info, and services from throughout campus.

Jason Sisson, of the Division Health Science Advising Center staff, helping a student with paperwork.

Stay on Top of the Workload: Is that math class daunting? Do not know which classes will keep you on track to finish? The Academic Success Center assists students make it to graduation through tutoring, recommending, and other support services.

Students pose with a cardboard photo frame outside the Student Union.

Get Included: There’s something on campus for everyone– from video games and epicurean clubs to volunteer programs and intramurals. Fulfill us throughout one of our welcome weeks eventsand visit our Student Engagement & & Variety siteto see exactly what we offer.

Students in line at student financial services office.

Stay on top of crucial deadlines: The main Academic Calendar lists crucial dates, like the last day you can change areas or drop a class without penalty.

Jump-Start Your Career: Start networking now for internships and jobs after you finish. Profession Providerscan help link you to future employers and prep you for interviews.

Student talking to a therapist.

Take a Load Off: Feeling distressed about the academic year? Relationship issues distracting you? UNLV offers a number of free services to assist you deal with stress, resolve conflicts, and embrace healthy routines for life. Go to the Trainee Leisure and Wellness Center website to link to free services.

Student exercising on treadmill at the university gym.

Get Moving: The Student Recreation and Wellness Center offers numerous physical fitness and wellness programs. Meditate during a yoga class, perspire during spin, learn judo, take part with the school’s oldest event– the yearly Oozeball tournament— or just relax in among the SRWC’s massage chairs. Your student health charge covers gym membership and health clinic check outs.

Catch Some Culture: UNLV event places cover all sorts of interests. Enjoy up-and-coming stars in a trainee play or world-renowned artists at the Carrying out Arts Center. Get tickets to the Runnin’ Rebels or sign up with the discussion with guest speakers. Check out the UNLV Calendar.

Night time shot of bicycle police officer patrolling campus.

Keep in mind Security First: UNLV Authorities Providers officers patrol school on foot, Segways, and bikes to fosters open lines of communication. Go to the security and emergecy websiteto find out more about theft prevention, late-night school security, and other services. And make certain to keep your cellphone updated in the Emergency situation Notification System to get text informs about campus emergency situations.

Students in line at campus copy center.

Make a Quick Copy or Send a Package: Visit the Rebel Copy & Send Center on the first floor of the Trainee Union for all of your printing and shipping needs. Stay Connected: From the loop? Get the scoop! Follow UNLV social networks accounts, read your Rebel Mailfor official university communications, and check out UNLV News Center to stay up to this day on school news and occasions.

Students line up to order from Steak N Shake at the Student Union.

Grab a Bite: Meal strategies are convenient, flexible, and packed with choices. No matter how much time you spend on school, you can take pleasure in a meal strategy across all of our dining venues with a series of menus and offerings.

Students sit at an outdoor table reading books.

Load up Your Backpack: Get your books early, and have more option at the campus bookstore. In 2015 the UNLV Book shop conserved students $1.49 million by providing more choices in new and
utilized purchase and rentals.

Coroner: Jerry Lewis death was from end-stage heart disease

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Associated Press FILE -In this Sept. 5, 2005, file photo, longtime host Jerry Lewis carries out throughout the Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon in Beverly Hills, Calif. Lewis, the comic and director whose fundraising telethons became as well-known as his hit films, has actually died. Lewis died Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017, inning accordance with his press agent. He was 91. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)

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Authorities in Las Vegas say Jerry Lewis passed away of heart problem, however the phrasing of his death certificate differs from exactly what was reported previously.

Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg said Monday that Lewis’ official cause of death was end-stage cardiac disease and peripheral vascular illness.

Lewis was the clownish comic hailed as a creative genius and the host for decades of yearly muscular dystrophy telethons.

He passed away Sunday of natural causes in Las Vegas at age 91.

Fudenberg says coroner deputies had actually been told Lewis passed away of ischemic (ih-SKEE’-mihk) cardiomyopathy.

Ferozan Malal is the hospice and palliative medication doctor in Las Vegas who signed Lewis’ death certificate.

She informs The Associated Press that peripheral vascular illness and ischemic cardiomyopathy both fall under the classification of end-stage heart illness.

Where to watch the solar eclipse in Southern Nevada

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180″/ > LAS VEGAS (FOX5 )- Las Vegas will experience a partial solar eclipse on Monday from 9:09 a.m. up until 11:52 a.m. It will mark the very first time in 99 years that a solar eclipse will cross the whole nation.

Here are a few of the locations around Southern Nevada using a place to enjoy the eclipse:

College of Southern Nevada’s Planetarium

The viewing will last from 9 a.m. up until twelve noon at the North Las Vegas campus on 3200 East Cheyenne Opportunity, near Pecos Road. Professional astronomers will be at the event, which will include telescopes, academic display screens, live streams of the eclipse and more. Free eclipse viewing glasses will be offered at the event.

Lake Mead National Leisure Location

The park is hosting a totally free seeing party at the visitor center from 9 a.m. up until midday. Attendees can view the eclipse with rangers utilizing a solar telescope and solar glasses.

Silverton Gambling establishment

The Silverton Gambling establishment stated it is inviting visitors to view the solar eclipse from the 5th flooring of the parking lot. The very first 1000 visitors to go to the Player’s Club at the casino will get a free set of eclipse glasses. Considering that the eclipse will end at about lunchtime, the gambling establishment is also offering a 70 percent discount off at the Seasons Buffet from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Red Rock Canyon

The Bureau of Land Management is hosting a seeing celebration at the visitor center from 8:30 a.m. till noon. There will be eclipse info and activities for participants. Eclipse talks will be held at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., and 11 a.m.

Lyft Eclipse promotion

Lyft is providing those visiting a location to watch the solar eclipse a discount rate. The business is providing $5 off of 2 trips. Users will need to go into the code “LVECLIPSE” to benefit from the promo.

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