The new house is valued at $ 14 million, although the owner of the Las Vegas franchise does not know when it will be completed.
The owner of Las Vegas Raiders, Mark Davis, plans to build a three-story, 15,000-square-foot mansion in Henderson, Nevada.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that construction crews have already begun work on the home, which will sit on a six-acre lot in Ascaya, a gated community in the Clark County.
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Check out this graphic by @reviewjournal newsroom artist @wrand showing the stadium, the practice facility, and the owner’s mansion renderings pic.twitter.com/xKPci9FeE3
– Eli Segall (@eli_segall) September 1, 2021
According to Eli Segall of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the house will feature a design “remarkably similar” to the team’s facilities and Allegiant stadium. The latter is where Raiders they will receive the Baltimore Ravens to kick off the 2021 regular season.
“They are the perfect trio. … They all have the same character,” said the experienced architect. Bob felden, founder of RAFI Architecture and Design, based on Henderson.
The mansion on top of a hill of Davis it has an appraisal of 14 million dollars.
In an interview with Segall, Davis He said he had no idea when his house will be completed.