Wynn Las Vegas Taps Frank Visconti as SVP of Retail

LAS VEGAS—Wynn Las Vegas has appointed Frank Visconti as SVP of Retail. In his new role, Visconti will oversee the expansion of the resort's luxury retail offering and lead the continued development of Wynn Plaza, an expansive new 75,000 sq. ft. complex.

With its opening, Visconti will direct total retail square footage of more than 173,500, and liaise with the brands that currently occupy Wynn and Encore, including Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Hermès, Loro Piana, Prada, Alexander McQueen, and Givenchy. He’ll oversee the development of the luxury retail offering at Wynn Boston Harbor, slated to open in summer of 2019.

Conceived and designed by Steve Wynn in collaboration with Architectural Digest Top 100 Designer Roger Thomas, EVP of Architecture DeRuyter Butler, and Wynn Design and Development, Wynn Plaza will play on elements of natural light and airiness, with two stories covered by atriums and a skylight rotunda that is prominently showcased in the heart of the space. The first phase will feature a newly curated collection of luxury boutiques set to debut in the fall, with the second and final phase debuting summer 2018.

Visconti began his career at Saks Fifth Avenue before moving to Neiman Marcus, where he served as VP and GM. Hired originally by Steve Wynn in 1992 to head retail operations for Mirage Resorts Inc., Visconti eventually assumed the role of president of retail for MGM Resorts International, where he oversaw more than 150 stores and 200 tenants within 13 resorts. Most recently, he led the development of Crystals within CityCenter on the Las Vegas Strip, before forming his own consulting firm, Visconti Retail Group.

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