Sprinkles is back on schedule to build their flagship cupcake emporium at The Linq. While the company is looking forward to a December debut, construction bids have only just been filed for the property. The substantial 2,944-square-foot space has an estimated $749,999 construction valuation. That investment will include installation of their pastel colored cupcake ATM, a 24-hour, self-serve vending machine.
Designed by architect Andrea Lenardin, The Linq outpost will include plenty of room for their infamous cupcakes and their latest venture, Sprinkles Ice Cream. The company has opted to embrace organic California dairy, slow churned to create a dense consistency that can be pressed into red velvet waffle cones or between two cupcake tops. Las Vegas will also be serving their new gourmet cookie line with flavors such as salted oatmeal cornflake and snickerdoodle.
More than 50 flavors of cupcakes will be in store, some decorated Sin City style with a lucky gold dollar sign or playing card symbol. A fortunate few customers at the ATM can also win free cupcakes if the machine randomly serves them a "Golden Ticket" coupon.
The Linq entertainment complex, leading to the High Roller observation wheel, has set a hopeful February 2014 finale for the two-year, $500 million construction project.
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