Las Vegas Leader Closes 3 Casinos, Plans Huge Expansion
Caesars Entertainment, MGM Resorts International and Wynn Resort are the biggest players on the Las Vegas Strip. They build big, extravagant properties to attract tourists. Red Rock Reserves, the owners of Station casinos, is trying to do something different. It's trying for a new location. It caters more to locals than tourists, and it's looking for new locations.
Red Rock Resorts is closing three Station Casinos. The company believes that customers have shifted their business to other Station properties. The three properties occupied 107.5 acres of land. They are Texas Station, Fiesta Rancho and Fiesta Henderson.
Red Rock has closed three locations in Las Vegas. The company has plans for a new casino under its Wildfire brand downtown. Red Rock also has the large-scale $750 million Durango Hotel & Casino planned in southwest Las Las Vegans. The company is also interested in the tavern and small nonrestricted space in North Las Vegas.