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  • Eurasia Resorts Seeks Return to Super-Sized Development

    The city’s recent switch from the new, bombastic mega-resorts of the Strip and focus on smaller projects seemed to mark a new direction for its fortunes. However, the market for massive, imposing projects has not completely gone away as Eurasia Resorts International recently announced a world-class entertainment initiative for the city of Las Vegas. The company’s tentative development plan would insert a number of projects that were considered as lacking in Las Vegas, projects that would complete the high-rolling image that the city has been selling.

    Las Vegas 13 June 2013 23:59

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