In Las Vegas and the plan to open the coming Circa Resort and Casino from next month has reportedly taken a step forward after the Nevada Gaming Control Board approved the under-construction property’s gambling license recommendation.
According to a Thursday report from the Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper, the coming $1 billion downtown venue is the brainchild of American casino developer Derek Stevens (pictured) and is scheduled to begin welcoming guests from the evening of October 28. The finished 44-story facility is purportedly destined to feature 777 hotel rooms encompassing 60 deluxe suites alongside a 7,000 sq ft casino offering a selection of 1,350 slots as well as 49 gaming tables spread over two levels.
Stevens’ 3 Corners LLC enterprise is also responsible for the adjacent Golden Gate Hotel and Casino as well as the nearby The D Las Vegas and also envisions bringing a three-level Circa Sports-branded sportsbook and a sportsbetting television studio to its newest property. The newspaper detailed that the finished project is additionally due to host six restaurants and offer visitors to its fifth floor the chance to enjoy six pools with panoramic views via its three-tier Stadium Swim ‘aquatheater.’
Detroit native Stevens reportedly told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the gambling license application for his Circa Resort and Casino is now destined to be considered by the Nevada Gaming Commission at this body’s next hearing on September 24. He purportedly explained that subsequent approval would allow Nevada’s newest casino to begin welcoming gamblers immediately even though its hotel is not scheduled to open until December owing to a coronavirus-interrupted construction schedule.
Circa Resort and Casino is moreover set to come complete with a poker room and a 982-space parking garage being marketed as The Garage Mahal. It concluded by detailing that the pending license application would furthermore give Stevens permission to open a satellite Circa Sports-branded sportsbook at the 716-room Tuscany Suites and Casino property, which lies some seven miles to the south but just a stone’s throw away from the giant Bally’s Las Vegas development.