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LAS VEGAS-The first images of what the Tiffany store will look like at CityCenter, the $9-billion, 18 million-square-foot mini-city tucked onto 60 acres at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Revealed back in May 2008, the 10,000-square-foot store flagship is scheduled to open late this year along with other high-end retailers in Crystals, the 500,000-square-foot retail and entertainment complex within CityCenter, the largest single multi-use project under construction in the country.

The Crystals was designed with an 85-foot-high glass façade by Daniel Libeskind Studio that includes a separate entrance for the Tiffany store. The store will be its third on the Las Vegas Strip, the others being at the Shops at via Bellagio and The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.

The images were posted to a retail industry blog on bnet.com. A source with Daniel Libeskind Studio tells GlobeSt.com they are indeed images of their design. To take a peek and read more about the interior layout and design, click here.

The Crystals will be between 65% and 70% booked by the time it opens on December 3, according to SEC filings by MGM Mirage, which is developing CityCenter in a 50-50 joint venture with Dubai World. The Taubman Co. is responsible for leasing.

As of September, the other large-format retailers coming to crystals include Prada, Hermes, Cartier, Versace, Christian Dior, Bulgari, Carolina Herrera, Roberto Cavalli and Van Cleef & Arpels, Louis Vuitton and Ermenegildo Zegna.

Retailers using Crystals to enter the Las Vegas market include Tom Ford, Assouline, Kiton, Miu Miu, Paul Smith and Porsche Design. Also new to the market but previously announced include H. Stern, de Grisogono, Marni, Boutique Tourbillon and Mikimoto.

Restaurants opening their first Las Vegas locations at Crystals include Eva Longoria Parker’s Beso and Mastro’s Ocean Club Seafood House. Also coming to Crystals is a new pub concept by Todd English and two previously announced new concepts by Wolfgang Puck. Other known retailers taking space at Crystals include Bally, Emilio Pucci, Ilori, and Dale Chihuly, who will have a gallery at the center.

Sitting between the Monte Carlo and Bellagio resorts also owned by MGM Mirage, CityCenter includes 6,400 hotel, condo and condo-hotel rooms in several high-rise towers designed by famous architects. The development has been under construction since 2005 and is on track to open in stages this year, between October 1 and December 16, when the 4,000-room Aria hotel-casino is scheduled to open.

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