Station Casinos Starts Work on $750m Durango Casino & Resort

Red Rock Resorts president Scott Kreeger, fellow executives, and hundreds of employees attended a ceremony to celebrate the start of work on the planned Durango Casino & Resort in Las Vegas.

Station Casinos, a subsidiary of Red Rock Resorts, will own and run the Durango Casino, which is estimated to cost $750m and is planned to open in 2023. It will feature an 83,000 square foot casino and a 200-room hotel, as well as several bars, restaurants, a food hall, and a sports betting area.

This will complete the first phase of the development and a further phase to include another tower, more hotel rooms, and additional casino space.

Speaking on the latest casino project for Red Rock Resorts, Kreeger commented.

We bent a lot of rules in what was traditionally viewed as a gaming property, and I know that was met with great success. So, I think the types of things you saw with Red Rock you’re going to see at the next level with Durango.

Station Casinos currently runs nine casinos in Las Vegas, and it is hoped that the accumulated knowledge from many decades in the gaming industry will be incorporated in the new Durango casino.

Scott Kreeger President of Red Rock Resorts

For 45 years, we’ve been the go-to in the market for entertainment and gaming; and each time we build a new property, we’ve taken what we’ve learned along the journey and created something new that’s relevant for the time, the customer preference and stretch the envelope of creativity and offering from one property to the next.

Scott KreegerPresident of Red Rock Resorts

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