The Boulevard Mall and Desert Passage
The Boulevard Mall
The Boulevard Mall, one of Nevada's
largest shopping centers with more than
one million square feet of retail space, features anchor department
stores J.C. Penney, Sears, Dillard's and Macy's. The Boulevard Mall
also offers specialty shops such as American Eagle Outfitters,
The Gap, Yankee Candle Co., Charlotte Russe and a Footlocker Triplex.
The Boulevard Mall is located two miles east of the Strip at 3528 Maryland Pkwy.
Desert Passage at the Aladdin Resort and Casino
Desert Passage, at 475,000 square feet, is the world-class retail
and restaurant complex surrounding the Aladdin Resort and Casino.
The mall offers approximately 170 retailers, including Tommy Bahama,
Z Gallerie, Steve Madden, Modern Watch Co. and numerous restaurants such
as Commander's Palace and Lombardi's. Designed to immerse shoppers in exotic
marketplaces, Desert Passage features shops tucked into a towering eight-story
mountainside, a full-sized freighter anchored alongside a replica of a North African harbor
and a crowd-pleasing indoor thunderstorm. Look for the venue to debut a new look and name once
The Aladdin completes its transformation into the world's first Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino.
The District at Green Valley Ranch
The District is one of the more unique shopping experiences
in Las Vegas, with more than 40 shops and restaurants situated along
a tree-lined street adjacent to Green Valley Ranch Resort & Spa.
The anchors at The District include Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn and Sharper Image,
with other stores being firsts to Las Vegas, such as REI, Cold Water Creek and Anthropologie.
The District features cobblestone sidewalks, park benches and even pet-friendly areas.
Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas (Primm, Nev.
The Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas shopping mall in Primm, Nev., features more than 100 brand names
such as DKNY, Calvin Klein, Kenneth Cole, Banana Republic, Williams-Sonoma, Harley-Davidson, Alpaca Pete's,
Bath & Body Works and Wilson's Leather. It is located at the Southern
Nevada-California border, 35 miles south of Las Vegas off of Interstate 15. Shuttle bus service
is available from the Las Vegas Strip as well as from New York-New York Hotel and the MGM Grand.
The Fashion Show
The Fashion Show mall recently completed a dramatic $362 million expansion and remodeling that
transformed it into an unrivaled fashion venue with nearly 2 million square feet, making it
the largest shopping venue on the Las Vegas Strip. The new Fashion Show offers an exceptional
lineup of anchor stores, with Neiman-Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's Home, Macy's, Dillard's,
Robinsons-May and Nordstrom. In keeping with its name, Fashion Show includes an elevated runway for staging
events such as fashion shows and special promotions. Finally, in the front is "The Cloud," a 128-foot-high
multimedia platform that shades the front-façade's 72,000-square-foot outdoor plaza.
The Forum Shops At Caesars
The Forum Shops at Caesars opened in 1992 with more than 526,000 square feet of retail space. In 2004,
a third $139 million expansion debuted, adding 175,000 square feet and, for the first time in Las Vegas,
boutiques such as Harry Winston, Nambé, Ted Baker, Thomas Pink, Nanette Lepore and Vosges Haut Chocolats .
The expansion increased the grand total of boutiques and shops to approximately 160 as well as 13 restaurants
and specialty food shops. The Roman decor offers shoppers a unique background in which to relax and a valet
parking entrance provides easy access to the shops. Other popular stores include Kate Spade, Louis Vuitton,
Escada, Gucci, Guess, Christian Dior, NikeTown, Virgin Records Megastore, Fendi, Polo/Ralph Lauren and Hugo
Boss, as well as restaurants such as Wolfgang Puck's Spago, Joe's Stone Crab, Il Mulino and The Palm steakhouse.