MGM Resorts International and New York-based Sydell Group announced they will debut meetings and conference space this fall as part of Monte Carlo Resort and Casino’s transformation into the Park MGM.

Park MGM will aim to fill an unmet need in Vegas for small groups, with a combination of innovative nontraditional spaces and flexible design, alongside modern spaces to host up to 5,000 attendees.

The conference space will feature expansive ballrooms, flexible meeting places and an outdoor terrace. The space will be highlighted by the city’s first Executive Meeting Center (EMC) and Ideation Labs—two meeting areas designed to maximize productivity for small groups. Additionally, Park MGM will include an installation of the Stay Well program, MGM Resort’s comprehensive wellness meetings experience.

Meeting planners also will be able to take advantage of Park MGM’s other amenities—including the 30,000-square-foot Park Theater, restaurants by celebrated chefs, a luxurious pool environment and more—to curate comprehensive experiences for attendees. The main conference space will be completed in October with the Executive Meeting Center and Ideation Labs launching in Q1 2018.

Park MGM’s conference and event spaces will span 77,000 square feet and include 43 meeting rooms. The space will feature high-touch, high-tech meeting venues. Second-level meeting rooms will be filled with natural light and overlook the resort’s elegant pool environment. For those wanting private outdoor meeting space, the 4,345-square-foot Central Park Terrace will provide an ideal setting.

“Our vision is to deliver meeting spaces designed to inspire exploration, interaction, connection and success,” said Michael Dominguez, MGM Resorts CSO. “Creating a casual, comfortable gathering place that blurs the boundaries between work and relaxation will ultimately lead to greater productivity.”

Last spring, MGM Resorts and Sydell Group announced a partnership to reimagine and transform Monte Carlo Resort and Casino into two distinct new hotel experiences: the launch of Park MGM, and a Las Vegas version of Sydell’s NoMad Hotel. In addition to fully redesigned guest rooms, each hotel will feature food & beverage experiences unique to the Las Vegas market. Highlights include the award-winning NoMad restaurant by Chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara; Primrose, a new concept with Bryce Shuman at the helm; Eataly’s vibrant Italian marketplace, and more.

Park MGM and The NoMad Las Vegas will complete MGM Resorts’ new neighborhood at the center of Las Vegas Boulevard, featuring The Park, an outdoor entertainment district, and the T-Mobile Arena.