Station Casinos, a company with six properties currently open in and around Las Vegas, has received the go-ahead to build a new hotel-casino in a neighborhood south-west of the Strip.
Clark County Commission approval means construction could start early next year for the 200-room tower dubbed “Durango, a Station Casinos resort” near the 215 Beltway, company officials said.
Bob Finch, chief operating officer for Station parent company Red Rock Resorts, termed the project a next-generation attraction for local residents. He said it could open late next year. A cost estimate is expected in the coming weeks.
Plans call for a 216ft tall hotel, a casino, a pool with an event lawn, four restaurants and bars, a race and sports betting area, meeting and convention space, a parking structure and electric vehicle charging stations.
A second phase would add a second tower, more hotel rooms, a theatre entertainment space and a bigger casino.