October 10, 2015
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Officials say ground could be broken May 26 for the $245 million Smith Center for the Performing Arts, following City Council approval for plans and funding. The concert hall and theater is expected to anchor the Union Park development - a 61-acre former Union Pacific railroad yard downtown. The center will be the permanent home of the Nevada Ballet Theater and the Las Vegas Philharmonic.
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