Las Vegas Tourism Construction, Visitors Authority announces projects updates
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - The Las Vegas Tourism Construction and Visitors Authority announced updates in their newest bulletin to a number of projects impacting the industry.
The Durango Casino & Resort is expected to open a new property around Nov. 20 after a cost of $780 million.
Fontainebleau Las Vegas has been redeveloped for $3.9 billion and is expected to open in December.
Atomic Golf at The STRAT built a new 100,000 square foot golf entertainment complex for $70 million set to open in quarter 4 of this year.
The Formula 1 main building at 260 E Harmon Ave. is set to open quarter 4 this year after $240 million in costs.
Lee Canyon, which was damaged heavily by rains and flooding Aug. 20, will have a new quad chairlift and conveyor lift along with an additional 450 stalls for parking opening quarter 4 of this year. It cost $7 million.
Circus Circus’ $30 million renovation is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
The Ipanema Tower renovation at the Rio all-suite hotel and casino which cost $350 million is expected to be done in March of 2024.
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