What 2021 means for casino construction in Southern California and Las Vegas – Press Enterprise


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A 3D model of San Manuel Casino’s planned hotel structure and event center is on display on the casino’s second floor entrance. The hotel is slated to open to the public in winter 2021 and its entertainment center is slated to open in 2022. (Courtesy of San Manuel Casino)

The last few years have brought big construction projects to Southern California’s casinos. In that regard, 2020 wasn’t very different from prior years, but there was the added variable of coronavirus.

In some cases the pandemic didn’t affect projects much, but in others, it pushed back opening dates and construction timelines. We take a look at what happened in 2020 and what’s ahead this year. Read more. 



Construction continues at Genting Group’s USD 4.3 billion Resorts World Las Vegas on the former site of the Stardust Resort & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip on April 27, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Like Southern California, Las Vegas has seen the opening of some projects delayed by the novel coronavirus but it looks like 2021 will still be a big year for Sin City. Some projects are scheduled to debut this year while others will see major construction progress. Read more. 

Beyond Southern California… 

Also in Las Vegas, Developer Lorenzo Doumani announced Monday that he plans to break ground on Majestic Las Vegas, a 720-room luxury hotel off the north strip, in July. The Las Vegas Review-Journal has more. Read more. 

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