An artist's rendering of the new Resorts World vegas, which designer Genting hopes is the initial post-recession that is major on the Las Vegas Strip.
Representatives from Malaysia-based casino giant Genting met with the Las Vegas Gaming Control Board last week to answer questions about the suitability of their proposed $4 billion project for the Las Vegas Strip, Resorts World Las Vegas. That meeting resulted in the initial approval of a video gaming license.
Genting acquired the abandoned Echelon project 14 months ago for $350 million, and it is now one step closer to realizing its ambitious brand new mega-resort, initial on the Strip for almost ten years, to be constructed on the half-vacant pocket of land that was once home to the legendary Stardust Casino. The suitability finding could be the penultimate stage before actual certification.
It's comprehended that the Gaming Control Board has spent the year that is past into Genting's operations throughout...