MGM Resorts International’s “sale-leaseback” of Bellagio isn’t likely to be its last such deal, and the company is not alone.
Sears will be shuttering its last full-line store at Meadows Mall — one year after it was purchased by parent company Transformco.
Sportsbooks are notorious low-margin money-makers, but casino company executives are building partnerships to grow their sports-wagering presence on a nationwide basis.
The cable net roofing system is expected to be fully in place and personal seat licenses are expected to be sold through by Thanksgiving for the $2 billion stadium.
The Madison Square Garden Company is spinning off its sports business, but the corporate restructuring won’t have any impact on the MSG Sphere at The Venetian project.
His name is Jim McIngvale. He’s 68. A force of nature, furniture store owner, ‘huckster retailer’, ‘half-capitalist’, ‘half-social worker’ and a big-time gambler and Astros fan.
Multiple revival plans for the Huntridge Theater have come and gone over the years. A new plan by a developer buying the historic venue includes adding other projects at the property.
Wynn Resorts has filed a motion to dismiss an invasion of privacy and civil conspiracy lawsuit filed in October by former Wynn Las Vegas salon director Jorgen Nielsen.
The deal is expected to close in the first or second quarter next year and, once complete, will create one of the largest builders in the country.
Former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman helped celebrate the Plaza’s newly revamped William Hill Race and Sports Book by placing the first bet on Friday.