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‘Monolith’-like object appears in downtown Las Vegas by Fox5 Las Vegas

It was only a matter of time until a ‘monolith’ popped up in Las Vegas, and it looks like that has happened. A ‘monolith’-like object appeared in front of Circa Resort on Fremont Street Friday in downtown Las Vegas.


Plaza Casino Unveils Downtown Las Vegas Redevelopment Plans by Larry Henry of

These projects represent a continuation of construction downtown. Circa Resort recently held a grand opening at its property on Fremont and Main streets across from the Plaza. The adults-only Circa is the first hotel-casino to be built from the ground up in downtown Las Vegas in 40 years. The gaming areas at Circa opened Oct. 28. More than 500 of the resort’s 777 hotel rooms will be open by the end of the year, according to Circa owner Derek Stevens. Circa is at the northwest corner of the Fremont Street Experience, a pedestrian mall covered by a lighted canopy.


Las Vegas Investor Tony Hsieh Leaves Reported $840M Fortune But No Will: Court Filing by Larry Henry of

“Circa Resort owner Derek Stevens and others in the downtown casino district organized a tribute to Hsieh on Saturday. The tribute featured a five-minute visual display on the lighted canopy at the Fremont Street Experience.


Copycat mystery monoliths appear across the country by Jared  Leone of Fox13 Memphis

In Las Vegas, is is still unclear who installed the 10-foot metal monolith near the Circa Resort on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. ‘It showed up early this morning (Friday) but we don’t have any other details right now,’ Cassandra Down, with Kirvin Doak Communications, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal.


New Year, New Hotels: 60 Exciting Hotel Openings Around The World This Winter by Ramsey Qubein of Forbes

“The first resort-casino built from scratch is opening this month in Las Vegas as the Circa Resort & Casino in downtown Las Vegas. The adults-only hotel will also host the world’s largest sportsbook, Circa Sports, featuring a 78-million-pixel high-definition screen showcasing 19 simultaneous games.


Las Vegas Casinos Can Restore Magic of Earlier Era by Reconnecting With Customers: Gaming Expert by Larry Henry of

“With tourism in a slump since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in March, casinos are seeking unique ways to attract customers. Two resorts in Las Vegas only allow patrons age 21 and over onto the main property. These adults-only properties are Circa Resort in downtown’s Glitter Gulch and the Cromwell on the Strip. Also, Park MGM recently became the first smoke-free resort on the Strip.

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