Miracle Mile Shops

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Miracle Mile Shops
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Miracle Mile Shops' Entrance (from "The Strip")
Location Las Vegas, Nevada
Coordinates 36°06′36″N 115°10′15.45″W / 36.11000°N 115.1709583°W / 36.11000; -115.1709583Coordinates: 36°06′36″N 115°10′15.45″W / 36.11000°N 115.1709583°W / 36.11000; -115.1709583
Address 3663 S Las Vegas Blvd, 89109
Opening date August 17, 2000; 15 years ago (August 17, 2000)
Developer Trizec Properties
Owner Boulevard Invest LLC
No. of stores and services 170+
No. of anchor tenants 14
Total retail floor area 475,000 sq ft (44,100 m2)
No. of floors 1
Parking 3,000 (shared with Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino)
Website Miracle Mile Shops

Miracle Mile Shops (formerly Desert Passage)[1] is a 475,000 square foot (44,129 m²), 1.2-mile (1.9 km) long, enclosed shopping mall on the Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is home to more than 170 stores, 15 restaurants and live entertainment venues.

Synonymous with retail districts throughout the country, the name connotes a shopping environment and also alludes to the "Miracle Mile" district, as the casino renovates its image to a Los Angeles themed resort.[citation needed]


Desert passage Moroccan themed decor showing the painted sky

The $300 million mall opened with the reconstructed Aladdin hotel in August 2000 as the Desert Passage mall. It was built and operated by Trizec Properties. The mall had a Moroccan theme to match the adjoining Aladdin hotel. The shopping complex featured an hourly indoor thunderstorm.[citation needed]

The mall was sold in 2003 to Boulevard Invest LLC owned by Investcorp, RFR Holding LLC, and Tristar Capital.

To match the conversion of the Aladdin to a Planet Hollywood, the Desert Passage was renovated and adopted a new Los Angeles theme, being called Miracle Mile Shops.

Anchor stores and restaurants[edit]

Miracle Mile Shops features many unique stores, restaurants and boutiques, including:


The mall is home to live entertainment venues, including Saxe Theater and V Theater.


  1. ^ "Shops". Archived from the original on 2007-04-27. Retrieved 2007-05-04. 

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