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Clark County approves Dream Las Vegas Casino near McCarran Airport

Clark County approves Dream Las Vegas Casino near McCarran Airport

Despite concerns from a number of major airline operators, the Clark County Commission has given green signal to a massive gaming project that will result in development of 20-storey Dream Las Vegas casino resort near McCarran Airport.

Earlier this week, members of the Clark County Commission voted 6-1 to approve proposed Dream Las Vegas casino resort. To be located at a distance of just around five acres from the McCarran Airport, the massive gaming property will be separated from the airport by a chain-link fence.

Blackstone enjoys lucrative asset trade by offloading Cosmopolitan to MGM Resorts

Blackstone enjoys lucrative asset trade by offloading Cosmopolitan to MGM Resorts

American investment management giant Blackstone Incorporated has reportedly signed a deal with MGM Resorts International to offload the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Some reports pegged the value of the deal at a whopping $5.65 billion. The reported valuation of the deal is quite encouraging as it has nearly tripled the NYSE-listed investment management giant’s investment on the Las Vegas Strip venue in just around seven years.

Suncoast Hotel & Casino to reopen with several alterations under Nevada’s Phase 2 recovery plan

Suncoast Hotel & Casino to reopen with several alterations under Nevada’s Phase 2 recovery plan

Casinos in Nevada and other States have faced major decline in business due to lockdowns and many are ready to welcome gamers and gamblers again. When gaming and entertainment enthusiasts will enter Las Vegas, Nevada-based Suncoast Hotel & Casino following a lengthy COVID-19 shutdown, they will have a new, innovative experience.

Nevada Casino Market’s monthly win plunges to record low of merely $3.6 million in April

Nevada Casino Market’s monthly win plunges to record low of merely $3.6 million in April

As Nevada’s more than four hundred commercial casinos remained closed in order to help curb the deadly corona virus pandemic, the state’s casino market saw its aggregate win in April declining by 99.6 per cent year-on-year to merely $3.6 million.