Meanwhile, the last newly built resort to open on the Strip was The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, in 2010. It was approved by the State Apprenticeship Council on May 15. A “yes” vote would give the union negotiating committee the power to call a strike anytime after June 1 at the resorts that fail to reach an agreement.
According to Monday’s announcement, former Cosmopolitan CEO John Unwin will oversee The Drew’s launch and operations. (Todd Prince/Las Vegas Review-Journal)Grocery stores used to draw people to shopping centers.
Witkoff’s son Andrew Witkoff died of an Oxy Contin overdose in 2011 at age 22, according to reports.
On Monday, the Associated Press reported that Witkoff said a bridge would connect The Drew to the expanded Las Vegas Convention Center nearby.
Billionaire Carl Icahn bought it in 2010 for around 0 million.
After leaving it largely untouched, he sold it last August for 0 million to Witkoff and Miami real estate firm New Valley, a subsidiary of cigarette maker the Vector Group.
(Richard Velotta/Las Vegas Review-Journal)Robert Lang, executive director of Brookings Mountain West and the Lincy Institute said he is afraid of a "congestion mobility crisis." Las Vegas needs a light rail system, he said, to accommodate the city's growing number of attractions.
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