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Bleutech Park, a 'mini digital city,' to anchor new Las Vegas development

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Posted at 5:18 PM, Nov 06, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-28 13:48:20-05

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Bleutech Park, a $7.5 billion energy-efficient mini-city, has secured a parcel of land at the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard.

The project will sit on 210 acres on Las Vegas Boulevard near Cactus Avenue and usher in an unprecedented renaissance of the global digital infrastructure industry into Southern Nevada, according to a company spokesperson.

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"I will always remember I was part of this land - home to this very innovative and special Bleutech Park project," said Larry Canarelli, founder of American West Homes.

Canarelli, along with Khusrow Roohani, owner of Seven Valleys Realty and Construction, are the land sellers.

"After many years working together, I'm honored to see Bleutech Park finally set flag in 210 acres of the best location - South Las Vegas Boulevard," Roohani said.

Bleutech Park will feature 100% "off-the-grid," ultra-luxury residential, sustainable living residential, tech-smart office facilities, retail space, a futuristic 3,000-keys hotel, a dream surfing destination with an innovative pool - guaranteed waves - and an exotic beach environment, in addition to a full-entertainment, state-of-the-art 1,200 ft. tower.

The project spokesperson also reports the net-zero buildings will be equipped with new self-healing concrete, and breathable materials - catapulting Las Vegas forward as the archetype of sustainability on the world stage.

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Bleutech Park will design and present 33 supertrees as vertical gardens ranging in height from 50-100 feet with an emphasis placed on the vertical display of desert plants and foliage, as it aims to redefine the future of infrastructure.

The project will also serve as a haven of future-forward inspiration for established and emerging technologies, harvesting the power of renewable energies, and robotics, unlike any existing project in the world, according to a news release on the project.

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