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The Forum Shops at Caesars, also known as The Forum Shops, is an upscale shopping mall connected to Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. Measured in terms of sales per square foot, it is the highest grossing mall in the United States.

History

The mall was built as an extension wing of the main hotel and casino in 1992. The idea was first suggested by Sheldon M. Gordon to Henry Gluck, who served as chairman and chief executive officer of Caesars World from 1983 to 1994.University of Nevada, Las Vegas: The Gaming Hall of Fame: Henry Gluck
/ref> In 1998, there were plans to expand the mall and add its first department store, with completion scheduled by mid-2000. The Forum was expanded further in 2004 to front Las Vegas Boulevard. The Forum Shops at Caesars is the highest-grossing mall in the United States, with higher sales per square foot than Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California. The mall includes 157 mid-range and luxury retailers, gourmet restaurants and bars.

Exclusive tenants

The Forum Shops are home to many high-end boutiques and restaurants. Some of these include: * Antiquities * Cartier * Chanel * Chloé * Christian Louboutin * Balenciaga * Calvin Klein * CH Carolina Herrera * Dior * Elie Tahari * Emporio Armani * Georg Jensen * Gucci * Fendi * John Varvatos * Jimmy Choo * Leica * Louis Vuitton * Loro Piana * Emilio Pucci * Ted Baker * The Otheroom * Tiffany and Co * Tod's * Valentino * Salvatore Ferragamo * Rolex * Versace

Gallery

File:The Forum Shops at Caesar's.jpg|The Phase III Expansion (opened on October 22, 2004) entrance hall is dominated by spiral escalators, circa 2011

See also

* List of leading shopping streets and districts by city

References



External links

* * {{DEFAULTSORT:Forum Shops at Caesars Category:1992 establishments in Nevada Category:Buildings and structures in Paradise, Nevada Category:Shopping malls in the Las Vegas Valley Category:Shopping malls established in 1992 Category:Simon Property Group Category:Caesars Palace