Station Casinos owns a lot of land all over Las Vegas. Eventually they’ll use at least one of these plots of land to build to build a new casino.
According to the Las Vegas Review Journal these are areas of land Station Casinos will still own to develop a casino.
70 acre site near the intersection of Durango Road and the 215 Beltway
58 acres near the intersection of Flamingo Road and the 215 Beltway
45 acres on Via Inspirada near Bicentennial Parkway in Henderson
30 acres at the intersection of Boulder Highway and Oakey Boulevard
76 acres adjacent to the Wild Wild West, which is on a 20-acre site near Tropicana Boulevard and I-15.
There are no plans to develop a new casino or to expand the Wild Wild West property but it’s interesting to see that Station Casinos has a good amount of land all over Vegas. Despite possible traffic congestion in some of the areas each location is fairly easily accessible.
Station Casinos is selling land that they own that’s south of South Point. That’s farther away from the Vegas Strip than South Point and towards California. I live on the opposite side of Vegas and think that this land would better used for a mall than a casino (since I’ll never go out there).
If I had to choose the location of a new project I would like to see Wild Wild West expanded. The location would be good for tourists and accessible for locals who want to be near the Vegas Strip.