Demolition of Las Vegas Monorail stop for Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace
Las Vegas Demolition and Environmental Services, LLC.® was hired to demolish the Frias Transportation. This 17 acre area of land purchased by the Las Vegas Raiders for $28 million and is intended to be used for parking near Allegiant Stadium.
The purchase closed Sept. 27, according to records examined by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, which also noted that the Raiders have snagged several parking lots and commercial buildings along or near Valley View Boulevard between Tropicana and Reno avenues.
All of the future parking areas are within a mile or so of the nearly $2 billion, 65,000-seat stadium at Russell Road and Interstate 15, west of the Strip.
The most recent purchase was sold to the Raiders by former longtime Las Vegas taxi company, Frias Transportation.
The newly acquired parking areas should allow for 2,700 additional spots, according to Raiders President Marc Badain.
Frias old office building and parking lot formerly located at 5110 S. Valley View, Las Vegas, Nevada
Raiders senior vice president Don Webb said parking is an important part of the overall fan experience.
“The game day experience begins when they make their ticket selection on the internet, when they leave their house and how smooth their transportation to the stadium is,” Webb said.