Harmon Corner is an enclosed three-story shopping mall on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, United States. Construction began in 2011, and the mall opened in 2012. The 110,184-square-foot mall includes various restaurants, and its anchor store is a two-story Walgreens. The mall's signature feature is its LED video billboard screen, measuring 60 feet high and 306 feet wide. It was the world's largest LED screen when it became operational in 2012. The mall achieved a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Silver certification in 2013.
Harmon Corner is located on the Las Vegas Strip, at the northeast corner of South Las Vegas Boulevard and Harmon Avenue. Development group BPS Partners purchased the vacant 2.17-acre (0.88 ha) property from Clark County, Nevada in February 2010, at a cost of $25 million. The property was chosen because of its proximity to the Planet Hollywood, Cosmopolitan, and CityCenter resorts, in an area where an estimated 80,000 pedestrians pass by each day.
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