Downtown Las Vegas Casino Owners Plan To Build New Casino
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The owners of two downtown Las Vegas casinos say they have purchased another property that will become a new hotel and casino.
Brothers Derek and Greg Stevens, who own D Las Vegas and Golden Gate, announced Thursday they purchased the building next to the shuttered Las Vegas Club on Fremont Street. They have acquired the property, which houses the Mermaids and La Bayou casinos and the Topless Girls of Glitter Gulch, from Granite Gaming Group. The businesses will close June 27.
A sales price hasn't been disclosed.
The brothers say they are still in the planning stages for the new hotel-casino, which will be the first ground-up development in downtown Las Vegas in decades.
The Stevens' also own Clark County's Bridger Building and the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.