Land secured for Las Vegas ‘mini-city’

By Joe Sargent14 November 2019

Bleutech Park - Index

Artist’s rendering of Bleutech Park

A project set to deliver a US$7.5 billion energy-efficient ‘mini-city’ on Las Vegas Boulevard, Nevada, US, has secured a portion of land, approximately 210 acres (85 hectares), at the south end of the Las Vegas Strip.

The mini city, known as Bleutech Park, will reportedly create ultra-luxury residential property, sustainable housing, tech-smart office facilities, retail space and a futuristic 3,000-room hotel.

In addition, a new 365m tall tower will be constructed. This would be the tallest building on the skyline of Las Vegas, beating the current 350m Stratosphere Tower.

Fellow former landowner, Khusrow Roohani, owner of Seven Valleys Realty and Construction, said “After many years working together [with Bleutech], I’m honored to see Bleutech Park finally set flag in 210 acres of the best location – South Las Vegas Blvd.”

The net-zero energy consumption buildings will be equipped with new, self-healing concrete, energy-generating and breathable materials, making Las Vegas a leading user of these forward-thinking materials.

Bleutech Park will design and present 33 supertrees as vertical gardens ranging in height from 15m to 30m with an emphasis placed on the vertical display of desert plants and foliage.

Supported by its partners and by leaders in the technology and construction industries, Bleutech Park properties – the leading developer – intends to showcase what is possible in the future of infrastructure. It is proposed that the project uses emerging technologies, such as harvesting the power of IoT, renewable energies and robotics.

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