LAS VEGAS – On August 16, 2017, Jennifer Lazovich, Partner with the law firm of Kaempfer Crowell, secured approval from the City of Las Vegas City Council for an indoor/outdoor science fiction retail attraction to be located on approximately 21 acres at the southwest corner of Rancho Drive and Sirius Avenue. The project will be known as “Area 15”.

Jennifer Lazovich told the City Council that the Fisher Brothers plan to build a 146,000 square-foot recreational facility which will include multiple areas, one of which Lazovich likened to comic books, another to science fiction film “Blade Runner” and a third to the apocalyptic “Mad Max” film series. The project will be called Area 15, a play on Area 51, Interstate 15 and 1915, the founding year of the Fisher Brothers real estate firm in New York City.

Area 15 will feature a food hall for local chefs, an indoor and outdoor event area, space for retail tenants such as e-sports gaming, immersive theatre experiences as well as virtual reality attractions. The attraction is expected to open a leasing office by October 2018 and a preliminary opening date is set for March 2019.

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