PHOTOS: Raiders Owner Mark Davis Is Building A $14 Million Mansion That’s A Mini Version Of Allegiant Stadium, And It’s Absolutely Stunning

Mark Davis looks on while standing in front of the Las Vegas sign.Mark Davis (Photo by Chris Unger/Getty Images)

Mark Davis is a man of lofty ambition.

The Las Vegas Raiders owner started construction on a mansion that’s a miniature version of the AFC side’s practice facility, headquarters, and Allegiant Stadium.

When the New York Post reported on it in 2021, the residence was said to have a penthouse, bridge, and garage the size of a typical mansion.

It’s a really distinct and exciting design. It’s an amazing example of how the team can work with a client with a particular style and taste,” Tyler Jones, the founder of the architecture firm Blue Heron, told the publication.

The Raiders have come a long way since their move from Oakland. They hosted the Super Bowl this year; the game and the week leading up to it went on flawlessly. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has already said the league plans to return.

Mark Davis inherited the team from his father, Al Davis, in 2011. He bought a 6.32-acre lot in Ascaya, just outside Vegas, for $6 million in 2020, per city records.

His mansion was expected to consist of three levels, five bedrooms, and 10 bathrooms. According to city permit records obtained by The Post, it spanned 15,046 square feet and was valued at $45 million.

You can check out an architectural plan below:

Architectural plan of Mark Davis' mansionArchitectural plan of Mark Davis’ mansion (Photo via NY Post)

Mark Davis Sold The Most Expensive Condo In Vegas Last year

Mark Davis was at the top of the list for most expensive condos sold in 2023, making $10.5 million for his place at The Summit Club in Summerlin.

He made a nice profit too, having bought the unit for $5.3 million in 2021 and selling it for nearly twice as much two years later.

Clark County property records showed he listed it for $13.5 million, with Stay Away LLC the buyer.

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