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CityCenter Las Vegas time lapse video

After more than three years of construction, and an estimated $8.5-billion budget, CityCenter -- Las Vegas's newest money pit -- opened for business yesterday. Three years isn't that long, really, when you consider the size of the Strip's largest project to date. At nearly 17-million square feet spread across 76 acres, this city-within-a-city boasts thousands upon thousands of rooms spread across nearly a half-dozen hotels, multiple casinos, countless restaurants, entertainment and retail districts, residential condos, and the Strip's first grocery store.

And now you can watch it all come together in the Las Vegas Sun's timlepase video above. They make it seem so easy!

Filed under: North America, United States, Hotels and Accommodations

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