Sustainability Statistics



  • The project redevelops 76-acres of parking lot and hotel/casino into one cohesive “city within a city.” This is the world’s largest LEED development.
  • Erosion control strategies are implemented, by using geotextiles to stabilize soils, plants for root stability and retaining walls to divert water.


  • Over 200,000 plants planted.
  • The project controls and manages invasive species.
  • Seed source and reference communities were considered when choosing plants. The project supports biodiversity through rare plants or endangered plants.


  • 60% reduction in water for irrigating the landscape.

Carbon, Energy + Air

  • Locally sourced and recycled materials were used.
  • With a 5% investment to achieve LEED Gold, there is an energy savings of more than 30%.


  • One of the single most expensive privately funded projects in the western hemisphere, CityCenter phased its opening.  
  • 8,000 construction workers and 39 cranes were on-site at the peak of construction. CityCenter created 12,000 new permanent positions along its many projects.


  • Recycled and reused more than 260,000 tons of construction waste and more than 80% from the imploded Boardwalk Hotel.


  • The project provides optimal site accessibility, safety, and wayfinding.
  • Designed as a walkable urban environment, visitors can walk from room to shows, shopping, dining, activities, and events.
  • Users are still satisfied. Facebook has a 4.5-star rating from 2,594 votes and 28,130 likes. Google search trends peaked in December 2009.
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