Skyvue Las Vegas Super Wheel Of Compass Investments Revealed By Howard Bulloch

By on May 24, 2011 in Amazing, Business, Lifestyle, Travel, United States, World Comments

Artist Impression of Skyvue Las Vegas
Super Wheel in Las Vegas Strip

Image Credit: Compass Investments

Howard Bulloch, developer of Compass Investments, released the details of a project to build a 500-foot Skyvue Las Vegas Super Wheel in the Las Vegas Strip during a media event on Monday, May 23, 2011, according to reports by several international news sites.

Based on the reports, Bulloch wants the Skyvue Las Vegas Super Wheel to open in 2013. The project is part of a $100 million privately funded project, which includes, a roller coaster and a 200,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and entertainment space.

According to Bulloch, “Skyvue Las Vegas will complement both the hospitality and entertainment industries. This world class attraction fills a niche in our economic recovery, creating jobs and offering a new and unique entertainment offering for the tourist base.”

The entire project will include 39.5 acres with 11 acres as part of the first phase and will require the demolition of a 1950’s-era motel, reports said.

Skyvue Las Vegas Super Wheel was said to be the largest in the Western Hemisphere and third tallest in the world. Reports also mentioned that the wheel will have 40 heated and air-conditioned passenger gondolas that can hold 20 to 25 passengers. The giant observation wheel would be higher than the London Eye and will provide local and international visitors a good view of the City of Los Angeles.



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