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Nevada Tax Commission extends emergency situation pot guidelines

Friday, Nov. 3, 2017|12:40 p.m.

CARSON CITY– The Nevada Tax Commission voted to extend the existing emergency situation regulations enabling leisure cannabis licensing and sales for another 120 days.

The Nevada Appeal reports long-term policies, which were set to end Wednesday, are still waiting for legislative approval.

In accordance with the Supreme Court order released Oct. 20, the policies, which were extended Wednesday, state that new applications to disperse pot can only be issued to certified alcohol wholesalers.

That requirement makes recreational marijuana use legal in Nevada, offering liquor suppliers special rights to circulation for the very first 18 months of recreational sales.

However the guidelines also adopt the high court’s consentaneous order existing distribution licenses to recreational licensees on or before Sept. 14 will remain in impact for the full year from the date they were provided.

Workplace Lease Up (June 19) Apache Corp. Extends 524,000-SF HQ Lease at Post Oak Central for Two Years

Weekly Wrap-Up of Largest Reported Workplace Leases Include Offers by AT&T, Schiff Hardin, UT at Dallas, Mizuho Americas and more

Apache Corp. (NYSE: APA) has signed a renewal that will keep the petroleum and natural gas expedition and production company‘s head office at Post Oak Central in Uptown Houston for 26 more months. The extension includes all 524,000 square feet Apache inhabits throughout Post Oak Central One and Post Oak

Central 3, two 24-story workplace towers finished in 1975 and 1981, respectively, along Post Park Blvd. near I-610 and the Galleria Shopping mall. Tim Relyea and Scott Wegmann of Cushman & Wakefield represented Apache in its lease negotiations with

Parkway( NYSE: PKY), the owner of the three-building, 1.3 million-square-foot Post Oak Headquarters complex. By James Saris AT&T Renews 253,000-SF Workplace Lease in Piscataway AT&T, Inc., a multi-national telecommunications company, restored its 252,500-square-foot lease at 30 Knightsbridge Rd. in Piscataway, NJ. The three-story office complex amounts to 686,316 square feet and is currently owned and managed by Keystone Property

Group. Other tenants consist of AECOM Innovation Corporation, QualCare, Inc. and SuperMedia, Inc. Bill O’Keefe and Charles Parmelli of Cushman & Wakefield represented the property owner on the offer. By Kevin Carder Schiff Hardin

Concurs Long-Term for Minimized Space in Willis Tower Initial occupant Schiff Hardin LLP has made a< a href

=” http://www.costar.com/News/Article/Schiff-Hardin-Agrees-Long-Term-for-Reduced-Space-in-Willis-Tower/191720″ target =” _ blank” > long-lasting dedication to maintain its flagship workplace within the iconic Willis Tower in Chicago, albeit on a smaller scale.

Under its modified lease, the nationwide basic practice firm will consolidate operations from 209,400 square feet throughout the 68th through 75th floorings to 181,000 square feet across the 71st through 75th floorings on an offer that will run through 2028.

Kyle Kamin of CBRE represented Schiff Hardin in the deal, while Jamey Dix, Happiness Jordan and Maggie Brophy of The Telos Group worked out on behalf of The Blackstone Group, which paid $1.3 billion to obtain the tower in 2015. By Mary-Sean Wilcox

UT at Dallas Inks 169,000-SF Renewal and Growth in Richardson The University of Texas at Dallas has signed a long-lasting renewal and growth that will increase the school’s UTDesign program space at 3000 Waterview Pky. in Richardson, TX to 169,136 square feet.

Obtained by San Francisco-based GI Partners in 2015, the 307,225-square-foot, two-story Waterview Pky. structure was built in 1988 as part of Synergy Park, a Tier III data center and office complex owned by GI Partners-managed, fully discretionary real estate fund, DataCore.

Ramsey March and Matthew Wieser of Stream Real estate Partners worked out the deal on behalf of GI Partners. By Bryce Meyers

Mizuho Americas Leases 141,000 SF at Rockefeller Center Mizuho Americas signed a lease to locate its U.S. head office in 140,676 square feet at 1271 Opportunity of the Americas in New york city City.

The financial services subsidiary will take the entire second and third floorings in addition to space in the lower level of the 48-story, 1.96 million-square-foot building beginning early 2019.

Mitchell Steir, Matthew Barlow, Stephen Berliner and David Goldstein of Savills Studley represented Mizuho. Mary Ann Tighe, Howard Fiddle, John Maher, Sarah Pontius, Evan Haskell and David Caperna of CBRE represented the proprietor, The Rockefeller Group and Mitsubishi Estate New York, Inc. By Daniel Griffin

Organisation Expert Leases 88,000 SF at One Liberty Plaza Organisation Expert, a tech and company details supplier, has < a href =" http://www.costar.com/News/Article/Business-Insider-Leases-88000-SF-at-One-Liberty-Plaza/191717" target=" _ blank" > rented 88,050 square feet at the One Liberty Plaza office building at 1 Liberty Plz in New york city City. The firm will transfer its corporate headquarters from 150 5th Ave. in early 2018, taking the 8th and ninth floorings in the structure.

The 54-story, 2.3 million-square-foot Liberty Plaza workplace tower was originally built in 1972 and went through a full-building remodelling in 2007. Other renters in the building consist of Regus and Nasdaq, Inc. One Liberty Plaza is currently handled by Brookfield Office Properties.

Hal Stein, Peter Shimkin, Nick Berger and David Falk of Newmark Knight Frank, together with David McBride, Mikael Nahmias and Duncan McCuaig of Brookfield Office Properties, Inc. represented the landlord. Costs Peters, Derek Trulson and Michael Shenot of JLL represented the renter. By Daniel Griffin

Convene to Develop Very first Place Far from East Coast with 55,000-SF Lease at Willis Tower Convene has actually chosen the renowned Willis Tower in downtown Chicago for the site of its first location outside of the East Coast.

The New York City-based workplace-as-a-service platform and the operator of a network of full-service meeting and event venues signed a lease to occupy a complete floor totaling roughly 55,000 square feet in the 110-story, 3.9 million-square-foot landmark high-rise. Craig Coupe and Corey Siegrist of JLL represented Convene in the lease settlements, while Todd Siegel, Phil Golding and Kim Wiskup of CBRE represented ownership. By Yanique Campbell Bak USA Takes Additional 48,500 SF in Compass East Bak USA has reached a deal with McGuire Development Co. to expand into an additional 48,500 square feet in the Compass East office building in Buffalo, NY. Bak U.S.A is a Buffalo, NY-based business that constructs mobile

computers. The business previously occupied 10,000 square feet in the building prior to choosing to broaden its operations into the 3rd and 4th floors. Michelle Mazzone of McGuire Development represented the tenant in this deal. By Phil Darwit Rudin, Allianz JV Indication 2 Renters to One Battery Park Plaza 2 tenants have signed separate long-lasting lease deals amounting to 32,094 square feet at 1 Battery Park Plz in New york city, NY. Acclaimed architecture and interior design firm CetraRuddy has rented 22,894 square feet on the 8th flooring under a new 11-year offer. The business will relocate from 584 Broadway in SoHo in the fourth quarter of 2017. Worldwide Effect Investing Network, Inc.( GIIN ), a non-profit company, has actually signed a 9,200-square-foot lease for 10 years.

The business will transfer to the second floor of the tower from 30 Broad St. in fall 2017. Michael Cohen and Andrew Roos of Colliers International represented CetraRuddy in leasing negotiations. Zachary Rate and Ramsey Feher of CBRE represented GIIN. Kevin Daly, vice president of business leasing with Rudin Management represented building ownership in-house. By Justin Sumner Swisslog Healthcare Moving International HQ to Circle Point Campus in Westminster A Swiss health care options company is taking a substantial presence in higher Denver’s tech-centric Northwest Passage. Swisslog Healthcare, the Switzerland-based supplier of services and
services for product transportation, medication management and supply chain management in healthcare facilities,
signed a 10-year lease for 29,731 square feet at Circle Point 2 in Westminster, CO where the company will develop its international headquarters. Found at 11080 Circle Point Dr. within the 90-acre Circle Point Corporate Campus, the 151,412-square-foot, five-story Circle Point 2 structure is positioned throughout 112th Ave. from” Technology Center,” Swisslog’s build-to-suit

which is set up to deliver in March 2018. Jason White, Billy Byrne and Mitch Zatz of JLL worked out the Circle Point 2 and Interpark transactions on behalf of Swisslog. Daniel Beer and Todd Wheeler of Cushman & Wakefield brokered the Circle Point lease on behalf of building owner, Northridge Capital.

By Brian Hobson Schrodinger Leases 26,000 SF at Tower 45 Schr√∂dinger, Inc., a leading company of advanced molecular simulations and business software application & options and services for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology markets, signed a three-year workplace lease for 25,838 square feet in the Tower 45 office building at 120 W. 45th St. in New York City. The 40-story, 458,446-square-foot, 4-Star office tower rests on one-third of an acre in Midtown Manhattan’s Times Square submarket, in between Sixth and Broadway.

It includes ground-floor retail space, 12-foot piece heights, on-site management and concierge, public transit and more. Nathan Kropp, Arthur Mirante, Michael Gottlieb, Mitti Liebersohn and James Lizmi with Avison Young represented the property owner in lease settlements. Peter Van Duyne with Cushman & Wakefield

represented the renter. By Nathan Wilson Cantor Law Group Leases 24,000 SF at Two Renaissance Square Cantor Law Group< a href=" http://www.costar.com/News/Article/Cantor-Law-Group-Leases-24000-SF-at-Two-Renaissance-Square/191448" target

=” _ blank” > leased 24,233 square feet at 2 Renaissance Square at
40 N. Central Ave. in Phoenix, AZ. The company will inhabit the whole 23rd floor and part of the 24th. The 28-story, 473,392-square-foot office building neighbors regional courtrooms. Colton Trauter, Costs Blake, Craig Coppola, Andrew Cheney and Gregg Kafka with Lee & Associates represented the landlord. John Pierson, Trevor Pratt and Jenna Borcherding with & JLL represented the proprietor. By Andrea Pellini Align Technology Inks 21,000-SF Expansion at Forty540 in Morrisville Approximately two months after taking occupancy, Align Innovation( NYSE: ALGN) has actually already reached a handle building owners Federal Capital Partners and Strategic Capital Partners to expand the business’s footprint at the brand brand-new Forty540 at the Boundary structure in Morrisville, NC. The worldwide medical business from San Jose initially signed a lease to inhabit 60,000 square feet within the 200,991-square-foot, five-story structure, which provided this previous April at 3030 Slater Rd. The expansion will offer the company an extra 21,519 square feet in the residential or commercial property, improving its existence in the structure to 81,519 square feet. Jason High of CBRE Raleigh brokered the lease on behalf of Align Innovation, while Edward Pulliam and Brad Corsmeier, also of CBRE Raleigh, represented ownership. By Carl Lingerfelt Ensemble IQ Renews, Broadens HQ Lease at International Tower EnsembleIQ, a business intelligence supplier, signed a long-lasting deal to restore and expand its business footprint at the International Tower in Chicago to 19,800 square feet. EnsembleIQ is the result of a merger of

the space’s previous occupant, Course to Purchase Institute( PTPI ), and Stagnito Organisation Details. PTPI formerly inhabited 12,800 square feet in the structure; the expansion was needed to accommodate the combined staff. Steve Degodny negotiated the renewal and in-house

on behalf of the property owner, Golub & Co. By Mark Brener ALS Resolvion to Open 15,523 SF of Workplaces at 3 Resource Square ALS Resolvion, a consumer possession recovery business, has signed a lease for 15,523 square feet at Three Resource Square in Charlotte, NC. The 124,767-square-foot, four-story office building was constructed in 1999 at 10815 David Taylor Dr. within University Research Park. Kris Westmoreland and David Dorsch of Cushman & Wakefield represented the property owner in the lease negotiations. By Mike Stein Heritage Pharmaceuticals Leases 15,000 SF in East Brunswick Heritage Pharmaceuticals, a generic pharmaceutical maker, rented 15,300 square feet on the 17th flooring of Tower Center 1 at 1 Tower Center Blvd. in East Brunswick, NJ. The 24-story office complex totals 607,080 square feet. Boston Properties, Inc. developed the home in 1986.

Other occupants there consist of The Prudential Insurance provider of America, Newmark Knight Frank and EMC Corporation. Adam Silver, Steve Tolkach and David Simson of Newmark Knight Frank represented the landlord. By Jessica Woods

Marking Labor Day, Obama extends service providers paid sick leave


Steve Marcus

President Barack Obama waves as he boards Flying force One for departure from McCarran International Airport Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015. Obama provided a keynote address at the National Clean Energy Summit and went to a fundraising event Monday.

Monday, Sept. 7, 2015|7:58 a.m.

WASHINGTON (AP)– Showing uniformity with workers on Labor Day, President Barack Obama will certainly sign an executive order Monday requiring paid sick leave for staff members of federal insulation contractors, consisting of 300,000 who currently get none.

The White Residence wouldn’t define the cost to federal service providers to carry out the executive order, which Obama was to attend to at a major union rally and breakfast in Boston. The Labor Department said any costs would be offset by cost savings that professionals would view as a result of lower attrition rates and increased employee commitment, however produced absolutely nothing to back that up.

Under the executive order, staff members dealing with federal agreements acquire the right to a minimum of one hour of paid leave for every single 30 hours they work. Extended over Twelve Month, that depends on 7 days annually. The order will enable staff members to make use of the leave to look after ill loved ones also, and will certainly affect agreements starting in 2017– simply as Obama leaves office.

The Obama administration has actually been dealing with the executive order for months, and chose Labor Day to reveal it as Obama works to enact exactly what policies he can prior to his presidency ends despite resistance in Congress to laws he’s proposed to enhance office conditions. That push has actually reverberated in the 2016 campaign, where Democratic prospects are seeking to draw a difference with Republicans on who’s most encouraging of the middle class.

“There are certain Republican politicians that stated we cannot pay for to do this,” said Labor Secretary Thomas Perez. He regreted how paid leave is seen as a partisan problem in the united state regardless of broad support in Europe. “The Republican Celebration is out of step with similar conservative governments around the globe,” he stated.

About 44 million economic sector workers don’t make money sick leave– about 40 percent of the private-sector workforce, the White House stated. In his speech to the Greater Boston Labor Council’s breakfast, Obama was also to renew his require Congress to expand the requirement beyond contract employees to all but the tiniest U.S. businesses, a concept that has actually acquired little traction on Capitol Hill.

The Labor Day celebration in Boston was attracting other bold-named political leaders, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh amongst them. Union leaders like American Federation of Teachers President and Service Worker International Union President Mary Kay Henry hitched a trip on Flying force One for the air travel to Boston. And Vice President Joe Biden, who is considering going into the Democratic presidential main, was to echo the labor rights theme in a march with AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on Monday at a Labor Day parade in Pittsburgh.

Not able to press much of his agenda through a Republican-controlled Congress, Obama has in recent years made use of executive orders with frequency to apply policies to federal professionals that he lacks the authority to enact across the country. His aim is to lay the groundwork for those policies to be broadened to all Americans. Earlier executive orders have disallowed federal service providers from victimizing workers based upon their sexual orientation or gender identity, raised the base pay for insulation contractors and expanded the number of agreement workers qualified for overtime.

Although labor groups have hailed those moves, they remain deeply skeptical of Obama’s push to protect sweeping brand-new trade deals with the Asia-Pacific region and with Europe. Lots of unions have actually cautioned that the deals could result in the extensive removal of particular kinds of U.S. jobs.

The White Home said it could not estimate the number of federal professionals don’t offer paid leave now, mentioning a labyrinth of state and local laws that make crunching the numbers difficult. Authorities likewise declined to put a dollar figure on how much professionals would face in added expenses.

Cecilia Muniz, director of the White House’s Domestic Policy Council, said the administration has an obligation to get the most out of every federal tax dollar. She stated the modification to the government’s contracting guidelines would not enhance federal spending.

Images: Shania Twain hopes to go back to Las Vegas, extends ‘Rock This Country Trip’.


Frederic Thiebaud

Robin Leach participates in the show tour stop of Shania Twain on Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015, in San Diego.

Monday, Aug. 24, 2015|2 a.m.

Robin Leach at Shania Twain in San Diego
Robin Leach attends the concert tour stop of Shania Twain on Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015, in San Diego.Introduce slideshow “

Shania Twain: ‘Still the One’ Opening Night
Opening night of Shania Twain's Launch slideshow “

SAN DIEGO– Previous country rock Caesars Palace superstar Shania Twain commemorates her 50th birthday today, yet looks and acts half her age with remarkable, continuously and almost 2-hour vigor for her “Rock This Country Tour.”

At San Diego’s Valley View Casino Center on Saturday night, she dazzled with a humdinger of a knockout, power-punch performance. Rockers in their 20s wish that they had her enthusiasm and energy.

Backstage afterward, as we share birthdays one day apart (Aug. 28 and 29), Shania had champagne and two bombshell birthday statements for me:

* Her existing U.S. and Canadian trip won’t be ending in a goodbye.

* She’s chosen that a 2-year return residency to Las Vegas is back in her strategies.

It was our very first interview considering that last December at Caesars when she talked about the possible trip.

“The tour is tiring, however I’m enjoying it. It’s ended up being much more meaningful than I thought it would be. Many youths are turning out. We are getting a fascinating cross-section of people in our audiences that makes it actually terrific.

“Twenty years back, I had father and mothers bringing their children, and now they have actually ended up being grown-up college kids and bringing their father and mothers my age. I love viewing individuals and their responses while I’m onstage singing to them.

“It’s going so well that I’ve decided I wish to extend it. I’m not ready to stop. We’re currently discussing going onto Europe at some time.”

Shania’s glitzy, pyrotechnic-filled show in San Diego was her very first here in 11 years and the 47th of the now reached 75 that will end in October in her home nation of Canada.

“All my buddies at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas offered me a map revealing the very first leg in red, and now we’ve included a brand-new marker line in orange for the new American and Canadian cities,” she stated showing me a picture of the travel schedule.

Her trip with 15 equipment trucks for noise, lighting, video and rigging devices consists of 100 individuals in crew buses and her silver bus. Production authorities employ another 200 in crew at each stop along the path.

“Initially, I have to complete the new album this fall. Six tracks are already completed. I have actually written 38 tunes in overall, and now the process is underway to narrow that down to another six or eight to finish recording.” It would be her first album given that 2002’s “Up.”

“Then Europe and maybe add Asia, Australia and New Zealand. I have to take it stage by stage. However the perfect circumstance is to come back to Las Vegas. I would love to return to Las Vegas and do another number of years in a residency.

“Las Vegas and the run at Caesars Palace ended up being a nice surprise because we suched as Las Vegas a lot. Everybody was so great there. There was always lots to do there. We felt extremely comfortable living there.

“It was a wonderful experience from start to complete. It was really effective all the way around. I was so nervous about opening there. I believe I over-rehearsed to soothe my nerves.”

Shania Twain Press Conference at Caesars
Fashion designer Marc Bouwer (in suit and tie), singer Shania Twain and director Raj Kapoor (suit, no tie) attend a press conference at Caesars Palace on Friday, Nov. 30, 2012.Introduce slideshow “

Shania Twain Comes to Caesars Palace
Shania Twain arrives horseback at Caesars Palace on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012.Launch slideshow “

Her two-year run at Caesars Palace ended last December. On Sunday night, Shania performed in Fresno, Calif., and after that flew straight through the night to her home in the Bahamas.

“I’ll get home by 7 a.m. Monday with about one hour to spare to put my child into the start of the brand-new school year. I’ll have time to change– but perhaps still in my stage makeup,” she included.

“We have 2¬†1/2 weeks off, but my voice is sounding so strong I wish to continue vocal singing. On Wednesday, we’ll start recording the continuing to be next album tunes prior to resuming the trip in mid-September.” (Sept. 12 in Spokane, Sept. 13 in Portland and Sept. 15 in Boise.)

After it covers Oct. 22 in Prince George, B.C., she’ll complete the cd and prepare for Europe. “We could return to Las Vegas next fall, 2016 or early 2017. I would be really pleased to be back in Las Vegas,” the top-selling female artist verified.

“This tour has been a genuine celebration reuniting with fans in their own home towns. That’s something I hadn’t done for a years. This is the most dynamic program we’ve ever done, totally various from our Las Vegas run.”

The concert is an intense, rock-themed assault from the get-go, with the seven young members of her six-man, one-woman band raising the roof with G-Force as she opens atop an illuminated glass rising 30-foot platform The opening fireworks and lighting are so remarkably bright, blazing and blinding, she puts on red-tinted sunglasses for the first number.

“It’s actually hot with the explosions. Everyone scrambles to hit their marks so that we remain in front of the flames. Fortunately, the heat goes directly up.”

She continued: “It’s been really satisfying in that we’ve been able to contribute $1 from every ticket offered to our Shania Children Can charity, and we have actually currently added two more schools to the program in cities we have actually been to, another one in the next two months and most likely two more before it draws to a close.”

The eye-popping computer system graphics of the two illuminated neon tigers towered over her for one number and the videomontage of her positioned in many red outfits as if they were fashion pages torn from Vogue were mind-blowing.

It was all genuinely great, and as long time San Diego Union-Tribune music writer George Varga noted: “Enough making a KISS gig appear virtually underrated by comparison.”

Gavin DeGraw was her rip-roaring opening act right here and joined her midway through her set for an explosive “Celebration for 2” duet, which she initially tape-recorded with Billy Currington.

She didn’t disappoint fans who came for her hits that consist of “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under,” “Still the One,” “Come on Over,” “From This Minute On” and the encore with “Man! I Feel Like a Female.”

At one point, she mounted a brilliantly colored horse saddle and atop a rotating crane “flew” skyward almost into the arena rafters above the cheering crowd. She likewise fell to the audience guarded by 4 strong security guards aboard a rolling, glass-enclosed cart– call it the Shaniamobile success lap!

She got hold of an iPhone connected to the end of a selfie stay with sing “Any Guy of Mine” as she traversed the arena with the video broadcast on the huge, above-stage screens.

The noise was deafening– nearly louder than the surge 2 days earlier in L.a that had actually brought her concert to a standstill 3 songs except the end.

“I’m simply thankful that I wasn’t up on the saddle when the power failed. I ‘d have been stuck 60 feet up in the air. I have no idea how I would have gotten down. I’m buckled in up there, however I might have been left hanging, take off my boots and come down on a fireman’s rope ladder!

“Be assured that we had a technical meeting the next morning to go over how we ‘d deal with that emergency situation if it ever occurred once again,” she laughed.

Shania brings beauty to the production with that fierce mane of blonde hair, amazing Rolling Stones and AC/DC shirts, black fringe leather jacket, brief shorts and four modifications of thigh-high leather boots.

She’s as leggy as a flamingo and shows off her lovely gams becoming a virtually one-piece, S&M-style, high-cut, gleaming sequined swimwear with tactically positioned glossy metal for her sexiest-ever repetition performance.

I loved her “Nobody Have to Know.” I liked her offering the band a break for her to sit alone on the edge of the stage to sing while she played her guitar. But most of all, I liked” I Ain’t No Quitter.” She proved that in Las Vegas resuming after a nine-year absence when she literally lost her voice, and she showed it once more Saturday night in San Diego.

The Queen of Nation Pop experienced dysphonia after her other half had an affair with her best girlfriend. They separated, and she ended up being consoled by the girlfriend’s other half, Frederic Thiebaud, who went on to marry her.

With a promise to extend her trip and now a hoped-for return to Las Vegas, she summarized for me as we toasted each other with birthday champagne: “I’m having the time of my life. I remain in good spirits and having a lot fun.”

There’s no way that this femme fatale is calling it stops despite the fact that she will start her next 50 years. This is not her huge farewell tour.

Robin Leach of “Lifestyles of the Rich & & Famous” fame has actually been a reporter for more than 50 years and has actually spent the previous 15 years providing readers the within scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum play ground.

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The Colosseum The Colosseum is among the most famous location’s in Vegas, hosting names more legendary than Caesars himself.
3570 Las Vegas Blvd South Las Vegas, NV 89109

Caesars Palace

Transportation yourself to the luxurious and extreme Roman Empire at Caesars Palace. However the ever-changing Caesars Palace is far from ancient. The hotel and gambling establishment is constantly raising bench for what visitors can anticipate in a Vegas resort experience.

Caesars Palace includes 3,348 spaces and suites in five towers, including the brand-new luxury shop Nobu Hotel and Dining establishment, which opened Feb. 4, 2013, in the entirely remodeled Centurian Tower. Caesars includes 129,000 square feet of video gaming space, including the Strip’s largest poker room and a 250-seat sports book. Other features consist of about 2 lots dining establishments, a four-level shopping mall, 4 pools, a spa, Pure and Poetry bars and Pussycat Dolls.

Dining options include dining establishments from world-renown chefs Guy Savoy, Wolfgang Puck, Bobby Flay, Gordon Ramsay and, on Feb. 4, 2013, Nobu Matsuhisa.

You never understand exactly what characters you’ll run into at Caesars with regular performers like Jerry Seinfeld, Bette Midler, Elton John and possibly even the emperor himself.

3570 S. Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89109