Greg relays that Sahara's garage is painted all white now and that the Alexandria Tower seems to be receiving new interior walls and HVAC systems. He also spotted the placement of new windows on the top and bottom floors (seen above). New construction also fills the place where a section of the old casino was completely gutted. Greg also tells us that the smaller Tunis Tower appears to have new brickwork around its elevator shaft (seen below).
When it opens, SLS Las Vegas will feature more than 1,600 hotel rooms as well as a 30,000 square feet of meeting space, a casino, William Hill sportsbook, shops by Fred Segal, nightlife (Shelter, Sayers Club) and multiple dining destinations (Griddle Cafe, Katsuya, Umami Burger, among others).
(PHOTOS: Greg Clarke; RENDERING: SBE)