Neonopolis, the Downtown entertainment mainstay only two minutes’ walk from the Fremont Street Experience, may soon be the home of a unique new night club, restaurant, and entertainment concept.
Plans for “Aerodium,” an attraction that “consists of technology currently used for indoor skydiving and movie stunts,” have been submitted to the Las Vegas Planning Commission by CNB Partners Vegas, LLC. If approved, guests on a night out would be able—after a bit of training, and with the help of comprehensive safety measures—to take literal flight at this rooftop attraction.
Along with Aerodium comes Crash N Burn, a restaurant, drinking, and meeting space that would open in suite 130 at Neonopolis, in the space formerly occupied by Telemundo. It would have access to Aerodium on the roof, along with an impressive list of amenities: an event area, modified bowling lanes, bars, a private meeting area, an event room, an outdoor patio, and arcade machines.
What Now reached out to CNB Partners co-founder Scott Bostick to discuss Crash N Burn and Aerodium last week. Scott Bostick declined to comment on the proposed attraction at this time.
Stay tuned for updates: this could be a major attraction for Neonopolis and Downtown Las Vegas.