Las Vegas comes to Singapore.

Wednesday 30 Aug 2006

Moshe Safdie and Associates to design a new 2.8 billion euro, integrated resort in Singapore

The Marina Bay Sands is a new concept of urban development which integrates the Waterfront Promenade with a grand, multi-leveled retail arcade combining civic space, shopping, indoor and outdoor spaces endowed with city skyline views, daylight and plant life. The complex will feature three 50-story hotel towers containing 1,000 rooms each, crowned by a two acre Sky Garden bridging across the towers, offering 360-degree views of the city and the sea, outdoor amenities for the hotel such as, swimming pools, spas; an Arts and Sciences Museum; one-million square feet of integrated waterside promenade and shopping arcade, a one-million sq ft. convention center; two 2,000-seat theaters; a casino; and an 4,000 car garage. To realize this 6-million sq ft. complex Aedas Architect and Arup joined to create the Las Vegas Sands design team.

Sam Mansour

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