Outdoor Mall Las Vegas Near Summerlin
Tivoli Village at Queensridge Near Summerlin quality construction plus location give this Outdoor Mall Las Vegas a unique position in the market place for commercial retail, dining venue’s combined with office space is distinguished with iron balconies, marble, stonework and fountains adorned with gargoyle heads. Italian Old World themed mixed-use commercial project at Rampart Boulevard and Alta Drive east of Summerlin.
Tivoli Village at Queensridge Near Summerlin opens this Thursday 4-28-2011 with 15 stores and restaurants. Plans for 30 retailers for the first phase to be completed this fall. Total space for this mix-used commercial shopping center plaza includes 225,000 of retails space and about 145,000 sq. ft. of office space.
Tivoli Village at Queensridge Near Summerlin and Boca Park enhances the Summerlin area a commercial project that will bring a quality Outdoor Mall Las Vegas environment for shopping and dining vs. the strip mall experience throughout the valley. Call Ratliff Realty Group for additional leasing information.
LV Tivoli second phase continues on a 300,000 sq. ft. indoor commercial mall for retail and entertainment venue with movie theater.
With just over 225,000 square feet of retail space, LV Tivoli is the largest shopping mall within 15 miles of Vegas. Offering a variegated array of brands and boutiques for the discerning day shopper, the Romanesque complex guarantees a wide choice of retailers.
Niche retailers such as CORSA Collections, Kid Ville and Jeff White Custom Jewelry are just a few among the plethora of brands whom quickly rushed for a spot within the new mall, followed by enticing restaurant brands Brio Tuscan Grille and Radio City Pizzeria. Joe Pesci also unveiled the newest branch in his pizzeria chain at Tivoli, aptly entitled “Pesci”.
In stark contrast to similar Outdoor Mall Las Vegas concepts (such as the Summerlin Center) Tivoli Village was to be far more than just a retail space. Over 15% of the complex was designated for office rental, while a further 30% slice was reserved for entertainment and lifestyle brands.