Las Vegas’ $7.9 billion ‘mini-city’ will be a ‘digital revolution in motion’

All of the project’s buildings will be net-zero.

August 14, 2019 |

Courtesy Bleutech Properties

Set to break ground in December 2019 and take six years to build, Bleutech Park will be a $7.5 billion project that will be constructed of net-zero buildings within their own insular mini-city.

This mixed-use mini-city will feature automated multi-functional designs; renewable energies from solar, wind, water, and kinetic; autonomous vehicles; artificial intelligence; augmented reality; Internet of Things; robotics; supertrees; and self-healing concrete structures. Bleutech park will include workforce housing, offices, retail space, luxury  residential, hotel space, and entertainment space.

 

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Workforce housing is Bleutech park’s new approach to tackling affordable housing. It will serve the housing needs of people employed in jobs that the general population relies upon to make the community economically viable, such as nurses, police officers, teachers, firemen, and others with a description of service to their communities.

In total, the project is expected to create over 25,000 jobs and provide on the job training programs to train the construction workforce of the future.

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