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June 24, 2019

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CityCenter by the numbers

Ground breaking: April 3, 2006

First opening: Dec. 1, 2009

Final cost: $8.5 billion

Land: Set on 67 acres between the Monte Carlo and Bellagio

Campus size: 18 million square feet

Rooms and residences: About 6,800 hotel rooms and condos

Buildings: Upon completion, four hotels, two residential towers, one casino and one shopping mall

Permanent job: CityCenter hired 12,000 permanent employees from a pool of more than 160,000 applications

Construction jobs: About 9,000 during the development of CityCenter

Project architects: Six

Concrete: More than 1 million cubic yards

Glass: 2.7 million square feet of glass used for the curtain walls in the development

Steel: 78,000 tons of steel

Strip frontage: 1,200 feet of Strip frontage

Public art: $40 million of fine art

Spas: Three. Aria houses an 80,000-square-foot spa, the largest among the MGM Mirage properties

Dining: 27 restaurants and 14 bars and lounges

LEED certified facilities: Six, including Aria's hotel tower, convention center and theater; Veer Towers; Mandarin Oriental; Vdara and Crystals retail district

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