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Harmon Hotel One Step Closer To Demolition
Harmon Hotel One Step Closer To Demolition

AIR DATE: July 25, 2012

Usually when Las Vegas hotels are imploded it's because they are decades old and run down. But the ill-fated Harmon Hotel at CityCenter will likely be turned to rubble before anyone ever sets foot in it. A judge last week ruled MGM Resorts International can move ahead with plans to raze the Harmon after numerous construction defects caused the project to be cut short. We talk with Review Journal Reporter Tim O'Reilly about the judges ruling and what's at stake for MGM Resorts International and its main contractor, Perini Building Co.

Tim O'Reilly, reporter, Las Vegas Review Journal
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