LAS VEGAS May 24, 2012 VIVA
CityCenter is the world’s largest private green development. MGM Resorts co-developed CityCenter with Infinity World Development Corp, a subsidiary of Dubai World.
ICSC said Crystals is an architectural movement of sheer energy, as the exterior architecture is a multi-faceted, glass canopy depicting the intricate beauty of a quartz crystal that welcomes an abundance of natural light into the stunning three-level experiential environment.
ICSC annually bestows VIVA awards in just three categories: marketing, design and development, and sustainability. Crystals is the only winner named in the sustainability category.
After opening its doors in late 2009, Crystals won a 2011 ICSC Gold Award and Sustainable Design Award in the "Innovation Design and Development New Project" category. The category recognizes and honors a new shopping center on how it demonstrates a specific design or resolution of a construction problem, or how new standards in design and construction were established.
The gold award was based on how Crystals met five criteria: sustainability, including transportation; education about environmental responsibility and engaging retailers in sustainability design and operations; water efficiency, energy and atmosphere, materials and resources, and indoor environmental quality.
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