Grand Bazaar Shops located at the busiest intersection in town began to open in February.
The Grand Bazaar Shops Las Vegas are now open. The much-anticipated retail attraction delivers big brand names, intimate boutiques and international flavors, all packed into a two-acre outdoor shopping promenade. It opening to the public in February, adjacent to Bally’s Las Vegas, and it features more than 120 shops, including exclusive first-to-market brands and unique international retailers at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
“Grand Bazaar Shops will captivate people looking for something more than what today’s brick-and-mortar retail outlets typically provide,” said Larry Siegel, chairman of Juno Property Group. “This new concept that we are introducing at the 50-yard line of the Las Vegas Strip is truly special and we feel the experiences within it will create a must-see attraction for visitors and locals alike. We are reimagining retail at the crossroads of the busiest intersection in Las Vegas.” Developers and management say the attraction brings together a dynamic mix of merchants and restaurants in an urban shopping scene rich with culture, fashion, food, and a multitude of engaging experiences. Guests will be able to interact with stores in which they can design their own sandals, barter for the best price, observe live artists creating fine art, explore virtual showrooms, and more.
Spanning more than two acres, Grand Bazaar Shops will introduce a host of boutiques with sizes ranging from 150-300 square feet. In addition, a sel ect group of retailers will have a larger presence, with boutiques ranging fr om 1,000-2,400 square feet. Grand Bazaar will also feature a diverse array of food, bar and restaurant concepts, occupying 26,500 square feet of space, some with second-story views overlooking the Las Vegas Strip.
Popular brands such as Swarovski, Swatch and UGG & TOMS will delight shoppers with distinctive store models and experiences not found elsewhere. U.S. brands making their Las Vegas debut include Hawaiian fashion and home furnishings retailer Martin & MacArthur and Los Angeles handbag designer Hammitt. Additionally, the shops will feature popular international companies expanding their presence in the US like Superdry, a UK fashion retailer, Havaianas, a Brazilian footwear company, and Costa Rican jewelry brand AG by Ana Gutierrez Wearable Art.