Downtown Las Vegas celebrates the opening of its first built-from-the-ground-up casino since 1980.
Circa Las Vegas
Downtown Las Vegas was abuzz Tuesday night as the clock ticked down toward the opening of Circa, Southern Nevada’s newest resort.
Greg Stevens isn’t quite the silent partner in the Circa empire. He’s just not as demonstrative as his brother and business partner, Derek Stevens.
Derek Stevens’ new Mega Bar at Circa is 65 feet long, putting the operator’s big personality to the test.
Last Vegas’ tourist corridor — especially the Strip — has seen a torrent of violence in recent weeks.
Las Vegas visitors will have access to a new adult playground this week: Circa.
The saga of how the casino will open separately from Circa’s hotel will be one of the many stories that become a part of Derek Steven’ cultural legacy.
Downtown’s newest attraction is rich with history.
With an original goal of completing Circa in time for a December opening, things changed when the coronavirus hit and social distancing was imposed on work crews.
Plenty of nods to classic Las Vegas will be visible at Circa. But you would be hard-pressed to find one as iconic or as tasty as a 99-cent shrimp cocktail.
Industry watchers say Circa’s glamorous new offering will put pressure on other properties to invest in their sportsbooks, even as the lion’s share of many sportsbooks’ revenue comes from online bets.
Circa brings a number of new attractions to downtown Las Vegas. Here are some of its most defining features.
In less than two weeks on Oct. 28, casino executive Derek Stevens will open the doors to Circa, the tallest building in downtown Las Vegas.
Merchandise for both teams will be available at Circa Collections retail store when the downtown hotel-casino opens Oct. 28.
Iconic works like the neon Vegas Vickie marquee and murals by familiar Las Vegas artists meld classic and modern within the new resort’s restaurants, casino floor and even the parking garage.