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Old January 12th, 2010, 06:55 AM   #61
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Old January 16th, 2010, 06:53 AM   #62
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The owner of this building was talking $hit about the City Center, hahaha. This building is located near strip bars, adult novelty shop, warehouses and sticking out like an out of place 80's gaudy building in a corner while City Center is on the main area of the Strip with far more to offer than a blindingly gold structure.
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Old January 21st, 2010, 10:34 AM   #63
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Old January 22nd, 2010, 12:44 AM   #64
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The owner of this building was talking $hit about the City Center, hahaha. This building is located near strip bars, adult novelty shop, warehouses and sticking out like an out of place 80's gaudy building in a corner while City Center is on the main area of the Strip with far more to offer than a blindingly gold structure.
Maybe Mr. Trump's property would be doing better if it had a casino in it--oh yeah, the Donald has been denied a gaming license in Nevada. It might have something to do with his Atlantic City casinos going into bankruptcy every other year or so.

The only thing appealing about his location is its proximity to the Wynne properties and to the Fashion Show Mall, otherwise it is a dead loss. The smoking crater that was the Frontier and the skeleton of Echelon Place (The stupidest 'theme' for a casino evar! Come on, it sounds like it would have been decorated with motivational posters and office cubicles--about as appealing as a week in an accounting department. Those idiots blew up the Stardust and the Ho for this POS. but I digress . . ) These ruins actually do more to kill the appeal of the location than the spuzz merchants on Industrial IMHO.
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Old January 22nd, 2010, 04:52 AM   #65
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Actually the property is closer to the adult Love Boutique and Strip bars than the Wynn or Encore. It has beautiful views of the railroad tracks. Perhaps the man with the initial T should invest in Vietnam an up and coming gaming destination or in Singapore but then again its already too late MGM is already in talks with the authorities in Vietnam regarding putting up a resort/casino complex there.
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