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Texas Station, Fiesta Rancho to Remain Closed for a Year

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels' started by Sonya, Jun 26, 2020.

  1. Sonya

    Sonya Queen of VMB

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    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/6/26/21304837/texas-station-fiesta-rancho-gaming-liquor-licenses-on-hold-coronavirus-pandemic

    Two North Las Vegas resorts within the Station Casinos empire are now officially extending their temporary hiatus longer than previously expected.

    New details now reveal that Station Casinos plans to ask the North Las Vegas City Council to approve changes to the licenses for Texas Station and Fiesta Rancho, both closed since March when Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered all non-essential businesses to temporarily close to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

    The casinos are asking to move their non-restricted gaming, non-restricted gaming liquor, and full liquor licenses to non-operational through June 4, 2021.


    Oh, and ...

    The fate of two remaining closed resorts from Station Casinos — Fiesta Henderson and the Palms — remains unknown.
     
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  2. joespoolhall

    joespoolhall High-Roller

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  3. Depdawg227

    Depdawg227 Low-Roller

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    A shit load of money just dumped into the palms to close it.... I actually liked the new palms hopefully it opens
     
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  4. steveks225

    steveks225 Low-Roller

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    Stations doesn’t see the locals market returning to pre COVID levels anytime soon, and one can conclude that those were the weakest links in the Stations’ chain, figuratively and literally. Nevada, and Clark County in particular, are going to have to see a substantial drop in the unemployment rate before those properties even consider reopening.
     
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  5. Liondownnow

    Liondownnow Low-Roller

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    Fiesta Henderson is now doing the same.