Gansevoort vegas Set to early open in 2014
The former Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall (seen right here) is being changed completely into the Gansevoort Las Vegas for an early 2014 opening
Considering that the recession hit Las Vegas big time five years back, it is been a long dry spell without the new casino spaces. Several that were partially built had been then abandoned, although a number of those, such as the Echelon-now-Genting-Resorts-World, are on their long ago up.
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But before that behemoth is completed, a smaller but nonetheless very property that is visible be making its first: the formerly tacky Barbary Coast-turned-Bill’s-Gamblin’-Hall that is being transformed in to the Gansevoort Las Vegas for an early on 2014 opening.
The property in a prime real estate spot right opposite Caesars as well as the Bellagio, on the corner of Flamingo and the nevada Strip gets its makeover courtesy of Caesars Entertainment Corp. (whose spending habits, despite the debt ratio that is highest in the gambling industry, makes any sugar daddy’s girlfriend look frugal) and W.A. Richardson Builders.
The property has an interesting history, as so many casinos do on the Strip.
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When casino impressario Michael Gaughan who also owns the equine stable-equipped South Point on the Strip that is far south first the 1.7 acre home right back in 1979, he built the Barbary Coast on it, but perhaps not without jumping through some hurdles. After razing a run-down motel that sat on the site, Gaughan had to apply for special licenses through the Clark County commissioners to complete one thing unusual: add parking amounts over the ground-floor casino and below the three-story hotel, as street parking was away from the concern at the corner that is busy.