The world’s largest observation wheel, The High Roller, hit another construction milestone this month as the 28th and final passenger cabin was attached to its rim.
Crews finished installation of cabins in roughly half the time originally projected, marking another major accomplishment for the project, which is now a distinct feature in the Las Vegas skyline.
The 550-foot tall wheel will be the focal point of The LINQ, Caesars Entertainment’s $550 million outdoor retail, dining and entertainment district.
While now structurally complete, the next phase for the construction team includes adding lighting and communications systems, completing the platform structure and testing the various systems of the wheel as well as the removal of temporary construction equipment.
The LINQ will open in phases through early 2014. Its cabins can be booked individually or in any quantity, up to and including a complete buyout. And the adjacent High Roller building features 2,500 square feet of meeting space divisible into as many as three rooms and perfect for up to 500 guests.
For more information on the High Roller visit TheLINQ.com.