The Shops at Crystals

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The Shops at Crystals
Crystal District.jpg
LocationLas Vegas Strip, Paradise, Nevada
Coordinates36°6′29″N 115°10′28″W / 36.10806°N 115.17444°W / 36.10806; -115.17444Coordinates: 36°6′29″N 115°10′28″W / 36.10806°N 115.17444°W / 36.10806; -115.17444
Address3720 S. Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89109[1]
Opening dateDecember 3, 2009; 11 years ago (December 3, 2009)
OwnerInvesco and Simon Property Group (50%)
ArchitectDaniel Libeskind
No. of stores and services56
No. of anchor tenants6
Total retail floor area262,354 sq ft (24,373.5 m2)
No. of floors2

The Shops at Crystals is an upscale shopping mall in the CityCenter complex on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. The 262,354-square-foot (24,373.5 m2)[1] mall contains high-end retailers, gourmet restaurants, art galleries, incidental offices and support areas. There are no department stores, but there are 56 exclusive boutiques such as Gucci, Harry Winston, Cartier, Prada, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, and Versace.


The retail district was designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind and interior architecture by Rockwell Group.[2] For the interior architecture, the Rockwell Group created an experiential environment that complements the overall city scene.

In October, 2009, Crystals became the largest retail district to receive LEED+ Gold Core & Shell certification from the United States Green Building Council.[3]

In April 2016, Invesco and Simon Property Group purchased Crystals for $1.1 billion, with Simon owning 50% of it.[4]


There are 49 luxury retailers that operate stores within Crystals, including:


Restaurants located at Crystals are:

Aria Express[edit]

The Aria Express connects Crystals with Park MGM to the south and Bellagio to the north. It uses the Cable Liner technology from DCC Doppelmayr Cable Car (DCC), and has two independent rope-hauled parallel tracks and a four-car passenger unit operating on each track.



  1. ^ a b "Vegas > Shopping > Crystals". Retrieved 2009-11-28.
  2. ^ Basulto, David. "City Center Las Vegas: 6 LEED Gold certifications". ArchDaily. Retrieved 2011-08-16.
  3. ^ "Crystals at CityCenter receives LEED Gold Certification". Gaming News. October 22, 2009. Retrieved 2011-08-16.
  4. ^ J.D. Morris (April 15, 2016). "$1.1 billion sale of Crystals mall has closed". Vegas Inc. Retrieved 2016-04-15.

External links[edit]

Media related to The Crystals (Las Vegas) at Wikimedia Commons