Downtown Las Vegas celebrates the opening of its first built-from-the-ground-up casino since 1980.
Circa Las Vegas
Circa Las Vegas co-owner Derek Stevens says of his new commercial, “I think there are going to be a lot of these moments and they’re all moments that kind of reflect various moments for me over my life coming in to Las Vegas.”
A special exception was allowed in the lease agreement with Barry’s Downtown Prime restaurant, and four entries to Circa will have ID checks to enforce under-21 rules.
The new downtown Las Vegas property will have a strict 21-and-older policy, the world’s largest sportsbook and an “Aquatheater” swimming pool for guests.
Chef/owner Dan Coughlin, best known to local foodies for his pioneering Fremont Street restaurant Le Thai, said the opening date moved up from December to Oct. 28.
With its three-story sportsbook, tiered swimming-pool aquatheater and an adults-only environment, tourists may want to make a special trip downtown to see Circa.
Downtown Las Vegas’ newest hotel-casino held “auditions” Monday for more than 100 jobs at its Stadium Swim venue.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board on Wednesday recommended approval for a series of licenses for Circa, downtown Las Vegas’ first from-the-ground-up resort in 40 years.
“Circa’s going to have a lot of different hangs,” co-owner Derek Stevens said as he announced six new venues at the hotel.
Circa Las Vegas CEO Derek Stevens says, “It’s a delicate balance, yes, but you can’t walk around with your head down saying ‘Woe is us.’”
The sign, manufactured by YESCO, weighs about 6 tons and spans 68 vertical feet.
A minor construction error at Circa, downtown Las Vegas’ newest property, may be here to stay.
The downtown Las Vegas resort is touting the “cleanest and healthiest public pool experience” when it opens Oct. 28.
Nobody was injured in an overnight electrical fire at the Circa resort construction site early Tuesday.
The under-construction downtown property is betting on strong visitor demand this New Year’s Eve.
Circa owner Derek Stevens joked that because his new downtown resort was expensive to build, he couldn’t afford to put in an arcade.