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Downtown Container Park, Las Vegas

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Downtown Container Park is an outdoor shopping mall and entertainment complex located in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The tenants are housed in metal cubes and shipping containers. The project was conceived by Tony Hsieh and his Downtown Project, a group dedicated to revitalizing the downtown area. Construction began in 2012, and the project opened on November 25, 2013, with 34 tenants. The mall includes 43 shipping containers and 41 cubes.
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  • We visited in the afternoon and it's a good way to spend an hour or so. We grabbed a cake and drink at one of the cafes and enjoyed looking at the independent shops. If you're Downtown definitely... 
    We visited in the afternoon and it's a good way to spend an hour or so. We grabbed a cake and drink at one of the cafes and enjoyed looking at the independent shops. If you're Downtown definitely...  more »
  • What a great idea--to create a park venue with shops made from repurposed shipping containers! This is not just for shopping--it's for gathering. There is a nice area in the middle with structures... 
    What a great idea--to create a park venue with shops made from repurposed shipping containers! This is not just for shopping--it's for gathering. There is a nice area in the middle with structures...  more »
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  • This is a fun little spot located on Fremont Street. Container Park is surrounded by shipping containers which house some pretty cool stores to buy food, drinks, clothing, hand bags, candy, souvenirs, and so much more. They also have pubs, bars, and other eateries in case you want to grab a bite or get some drinks (outside food and drinks are not allowed in the park). If you stick around long enough, you can also watch the fire show of the Praying Mantis, which begins at 5:30pm or dusk, and happens every 30 minutes until 11pm. It’s pretty cool to watch the Praying Mantis bob it’s head to some hit music, while shooting out fire that can reach up to 6 stories tall. There is a children’s playground located in the middle of the park with some interactive activities to keep them entertained, however, keep in mind that children are not allowed in the park after 9pm, as you must be 21 and over to enter at that point. Definitely worth a visit if you’re coming down to Fremont Street
  • A great alternative to Fremont Street or the Strip. Lots of small shops, restaurants, bars, activities. Actually on Fremont Street further down from the light display. It is a nice walk to get there and along the way there are some really cool places to stop in. Once there, it is a really laid back and nice vibe with a bit of class. Who would have thought repurposing shipping containers into viable businesses centered in an entertainment district would become all the rage? It certainly is and well worth the trip to check out.

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