LAS VEGAS – Chris Kaempfer, a partner with Kaempfer Crowell, recently obtained entitlements for the development of Madison Square Garden.  The project will be located near Sands Avenue and Koval Lane, just east of the Sands Expo.    Assisting Chris Kaempfer was Lindsay Brown.  The approval by the Clark County Board of County Commission in February 2018 paved the way for the new Madison Square Garden Sphere, an iconic music and entertainment venue which will be nearly 390 feet high. The “Sphere” is an 18,500 seat facility which will be home to the finest entertainers in the world.  It is designed to maximize views of the stage from anywhere and everywhere inside the building.  Madison Square Garden likes to say, “The best seat in the house…is every seat in the house”.   The “Sphere” will have a video and audio system that will be unmatched anywhere else.  While there will be at-grade parking to the south of the project, there will also be a pedestrian bridge connecting the Madison Square Garden Sphere to the Sands Expo Parking Garage so that both parking and access is quick and easy. The “Sphere” is anticipated to open in December 2020.

With offices in Las Vegas, Reno and Carson City, Kaempfer Crowell is recognized as one of Nevada’s top law firms for Government Relations, Land Use & Zoning, Litigation, Gaming, Energy & Natural Resources, Real Estate, Bankruptcy, Telecommunications, and Labor & Employment. The firm has more than 30 practicing attorneys, the majority of whom are native and long-term Nevadans. Kaempfer Crowell’s lawyers counsel top corporations, business owners and individuals. The firm’s attorneys are routinely rated among The Best Lawyers in America© and Chambers USA.