Raiders' Mark Davis Building $14 Mil Mansion That Resembles Team's Practice Facility

Raiders' Mark Davis Building $14 Mil Mansion That Resembles Team's Practice Facility

What will Mark Davis‘ new mega-mansion have in common with his Las Vegas Raiders team’s practice facility and stadium???

They’ll ALL look alike … this according to records obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, which show Davis is building a $14 MILLION crib that’ll resemble his team’s current Vegas building!!!

According to the report, the NFL team owner has already broken ground in Henderson, Nev. on the new place … which — as you can see in photos — will look like a spaceship.

Per the report, the home will be a 15,000 square foot monstrosity with three stories, floor-to-ceiling windows, a bar, library, steam room, a man cave and a ridiculously huge pool that’s gunning to have a view of the iconic Vegas strip.

The estate is also hoping to have a 5,422 square foot garage — which, of course, is plenty of room for his beloved mini car.

A rendering of the place submitted to the city shows it’ll have some Raiders’ black and silver in the paint scheme too … in addition to looking exactly like the team’s Intermountain Healthcare Performance Center (as well as Allegiant Stadium).

The 66-year-old said he’s planning to live in the place for “the rest of my life” … but added he has “no idea” when it’ll be move-in ready.

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