The Henderson city of Southern Nevada is living the excitement of having a hotel-casino in its backdoor. A petition pertaining to the casino is waiting for approval in the City Council of Henderson. The approval may arrive next week.
Marnell Gaming is a Las Vegas-based gaming management which is seeking to purchase land around nine acres located in the north of Henderson M resort. The location is just a little south of famous Las Vegas.
Marnell is offering to construct a hotel-casino at the location, abiding by the agenda item of the City Council. Marnell is also assuming and expecting an investment of around 250 million-dollar in this project according to a source from Leas Vegas.
In the upcoming week, the City Council has been set to arrange a hearing to formalize its desire to hand over the land. Then the City may work hand to hand with Marnell on a contract relating to the project.
Headquarter of Raiders
This Marnell project is happening in Henderson at a time when all other prime and cardinal construction is taking place in the valley of Las Vegas. Circa Resort at Fremont and downtown Las Vegas main street has installed in October. It happens to be the first hotel-casino in the history of the past 40 years to be constructed downtown form almost the ground up. Circa’s gaming properties opened on 28th October and later in that month, several of the resort’s triple seven hotel rooms have been scheduled to be vacant. Circa is by feature an adult-only facility.
Like few more development projects in Las Vegas, some projects have also found their way to the City of Henderson. A practice facility of an around 120,500-square-foot for the recently opened Henderson Silver-Knights Ice Hockey-team has installed. This hockey team is an affiliate of the Golden Knights of the Vegas.
The Raiders’ of Las Vegas headquarter is also located in Henderson.
Even though several new resorts have been being built, some of the exiting hotel-casinos are facing troubles employing vacant rooms due to the distressful condition created by the pandemic coronavirus.