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Nevada Landing to Close in April

By Chuckmonster on Monday, 12th February 2007 7:54pm
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MGMMirage announced today that Nevada Landing, a fake paddleboat casino stranded in the desert between California and Las Vegas on I-15 will close in April 2007 to make way for a condo community with a casino attached. Why anyone would want to live in Jean is beyond comprehension. It should also be noted that MGM Mirage will partner with Greenspun Media (owners of Las Vegas Sun and Vegas.com) on this project. Repeat after me: Vegas.com sucks. End of rant.

From the press release:

As an initial step in this new undertaking, MGM MIRAGE will immediately move toward consolidating assets in Jean, closing the 302-room Nevada Landing property by April 18, 2007, and focusing its efforts in the market at the nearby Gold Strike.

"This move will expedite our efforts in Jean," added Mr. Lanni. "In addition to making better utilization of the land, it will allow us to more properly match capacity with demand and concentrate ongoing improvement efforts in the market on a single entity, rather than splitting focus between two competing properties."



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