Las Vegas is to see the construction of its first casino resort to be built from the ground up in over three decades, when Circa Resort and Casino opens its doors in late 2000.
Plans for the 777 room resort, which is to rise along Freemont street, were unveiled by casino owner and developer Derek Stevens, who along with brother Greg owns the D and Golden gate casino hotels.
Speaking to the press, said: “We are going to offer things to do with a lot of fun and excitement, no matter what your age is. We are certainly going to have a bit of a focus on sports, water, sun and its all themed around fun and high energy. We are focusing on a design that is consistent with downtown las Vegas but All new.
“I wanted to make sure that in the design of the resort we remember a little bit of vegas past, while we are building something brand new.”
In delivering the details of the new property, Stevens spoke in further details regarding plans to encapsulate its large scale sportsbook, which will see the studio for sports gambling news, analysis and data experts Vegas Stats and Information network overlook the venue.
He added: “This is going to the greatest race and sportsbook in the history of Las Vegas.”