Las Vegas’ wheeler-dealer, boom-and-bust real estate market is almost never boring. But even by Vegas standards, a sale that closed a year ago this week was especially head-turning.
Analysts heaped praise on MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren after last weeks’ earnings conference call in which the big takeaway was that MGM 2020 is working.
If someone buys The Howard Hughes Corp., it would put the Las Vegas Aviators, its ballpark, the Downtown Summerlin mall and thousands of acres of suburban Las Vegas land in new hands.
Over the past several years investors have paid between $33.3 million and $71 million for Strip Walgreens and CVS locations, property records show.
The gaming industry is still buzzing about last month’s announcement that Eldorado Resorts Inc. of Reno is looking to buy Caesars Entertainment Corp. for $17.3 billion.
The American Gaming Association will place a strong emphasis on research to tell the industry’s story as gaming expands and matures worldwide.