With an estimated cost of $20 billion, New York City's Hudson Yards neighborhood is set to become the most expensive private real estate development in American history.

When construction is complete in 2024, it will include all types of buildings, from luxury condos to boutiques to offices.

Elsewhere in the US, there are several similar projects — some of which cost billions.

Take a look at a few below.

City Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Located on the Las Vegas Strip, the City Center features 16.7 million-square-feet of casinos, high-end shops, hotels, and luxury condos.

Construction on the estimated $8.5 billion project (which includes five towers) started in 2006, and the development opened three years later.

The Spring District in Bellevue, Washington.

Brickell City Centre in Miami, Florida.

Located in Miami's financial district, the

Springwoods Village in Spring, Texas.

This master-planned development, called Springwoods Village, is located 20 miles north of Houston and will cost an estimated $10 billion.

It will feature offices, 5,500 residences, a hotel, retail, restaurants, and tons of green space. Phase 1 of the 2,000-acre residential area opened in 2014, though the development won't be complete for another decade.

The Seaport District in Boston, Massachusetts.

Hudson Yards in New York City.

Set to open by 2024, Hudson Yards is being billed as the largest private real estate development in American history.

The $20 billion neighborhood on Manhattan's far west side will include dozens of buildings with cafés, bars, restaurants, shops, residences, and a

The Trinity River Project in Dallas, Texas.

according to Dallas News.

Rebuilding of the World Trade Center in New York City.