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Sid's Cafe Opens In Westgate, More To Come In 2015

Where: 3000 Paradise Road [map], 89109
December 18, 2014 at 1:33 PM | by | Comments (5)

Among the many reinventions and renovations that have been going down since Westgate bought the off Strip LVH, the hotel's former High Roller room -- likely one of the more underused in town -- has been converted to a 24-hour cafe.

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Hakkasan Group To Drop $36 Million For Light Group

December 16, 2014 at 8:12 PM | by | Comments (5)

What was rumored over the weekend is now official.

Hakkasan Group will be able to use the tagline, "now with more oontz," come January when its purchase of Light Group for $36 mil is expected to be finalized. The buyout will mean the assimilation of Light nightclub at Mandalay Bay, 1OAK at The Mirage and The Bank at Bellagio, as well as the lounges and most of the restaurants under the Light Group domain.

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LVH Now Westgate Las Vegas, Promises Plentiful

Where: 3000 Paradise Road [map], 89109
July 1, 2014 at 12:57 PM | by | Comments (20)

The transformation of LVH into Westgate Las Vegas is now press release official. (But, strangely, still not Facebook official for its more than 14,000 fans. Side note: LVH had 14,000 fans?)

The LVH letters, which stood for Las Vegas Hotel after Hilton parted ways with the property in 2012, are coming down this morning:

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LVH Reportedly Sold To Westgate

June 30, 2014 at 4:39 PM | by | Comments (15)

Well, it sounds like we won't have to explain LVH, anymore.

The Las Vegas Sun is reporting that the former Hilton property has been sold to Westgate for somewhere around $150 to $170 million.

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In Downtown, A Curfew, Closures, And A Coming Soon Mystery

October 2, 2013 at 8:08 PM | by | Comments (5)

Downtown isn't all scaffolding and openings. It's mostly that, but the still-evolving section of Vegas is also seeing some growing pains, sudden closures, and is keeping a few mysteries of its own, too.

Today, city officials, in response to growing party crowds, have decided to enact a weekend curfew in downtown. As of this Friday, October 4, anyone under 18 without a parent or guardian or not on their way to or from work, could risk a $300 ticket if they're found within a specific area between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. That area is framed by Main Street, Ogden, Bridger and Maryland Parkway, as reported by the Las Vegas Sun which largely encompasses the Fremont Street Experience and Fremont East.

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Downtown Project Bets on Shuttered Western Casino, Or At Least The Land

Where: 899 Fremont Street [map], 89101
March 21, 2013 at 4:25 PM | by | Comments (2)

Just as we were snooping around wondering what was to happen to downtown's Western Casino comes news that it's been sold... to Zappos head Tony Hsieh's Downtown Project. Which, if you've been following the renaissance of downtown at all, you already know has quite a few properties in its portfolio.

Vegas Inc. reports that Hsieh's company bought the property, which closed back in January 2012, for $14 mil. Downtown Project is already sinking hundreds of millions into revitalizing downtown Vegas. No word yet on just what they have planned for the shuttered casino, or the land it sits on in Fremont East.

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A Closer Look At Resorts World Las Vegas

Where: 3000 Las Vegas Boulevard South [map], 89109
March 4, 2013 at 2:25 PM | by | Comments (6)

Remember when we thought the abandoned Echelon site would be an eyesore until the end of time, or something like that? Today, Vegas received another great indicator that the north Strip is slowly, and finally, gearing up towards a comeback with the announcement that Echelon will (eventually) become Resorts World Las Vegas.

Boyd Gaming has sold the site to Genting, a Malaysian gambling company that owns the Resorts World brand, for $350 million. It plans to turned the failed project into Resorts World Las Vegas, a $2 billion dollar venture. Construction is expected to start up next year with a reported opening timeline of 2016. The new resort would feature 3,500 hotel rooms, 175,000 square feet of gaming "across several.. floors," convention space, dining and retail outlets, too.

Detailed renderings of what the finished resort would look like, can be found below.

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2 Down, 1 To Go: Echelon To Become Resorts World

March 4, 2013 at 11:52 AM | by | Comments (10)

First, sbe dusted off its plans to turn the Sahara into the SLS Las Vegas. Now, another abandoned hotel project is getting a second chance at completion.

Early this morning, newspaper headlines began to fill with news that Boyd Gaming had sold the hulking shell of Echelon and its surround acreage to Genting, a Malaysian gambling company, for $350 million bucks. Just when we were beginning to wonder what was going on with plans to "hide" it away from view.

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Attention, Wayniacs! Check Out Photos of a For Sale Casa de Shenandoah

February 27, 2013 at 8:34 PM | by | Comments (4)

Calling all Wayniacs! Fan of Wayne Newton, Las Vegas lore and super fancy real estate? We have the ultimate link for you to click. And, we think it proves a clarion call for Las Vegas to step up and save Casa de Shenandoah.

Mr. Las Vegas, Wayne Newton, has been attempting to turn Casa de Shenandoah, his palatial 40-acre estate into a tourist attraction for years. But now, in a bizarre and confusing turn of events, it all might be under attack. Again.

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