Station Casinos to permanently close, demolish Texas Station, Fiesta properties and sell the land

Station Casinos to permanently close, demolish Texas Station, Fiesta properties and sell the land

Station is closing Texas Station and the Fiestas. Station is building the large-scale $750 million Durango Hotel & Casino in southwest Las Vegas and a new tavern project in downtown Las Las Veg. Fiesta Rancho opened its doors in 1994 on 25.5 acres and cost $25 million. It employed 1,748 people. The company will demolish the buildings and keep the Pepsi Ice Arena. The buildings will be demolished and employees will move to other Station properties. They will also be transferred to the new properties if they choose to change. A minimal number of employees are still working at the three properties, most of them in security and building maintenance roles.

Station Casinos to permanently close, demolish Texas Station and Fiesta properties and sell the land.

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