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Groundbreaking for Resorts World Las Vegas set for May | News

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Groundbreaking for Resorts World Las Vegas set for May
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LAS VEGAS -- A date has been set for construction workers to start building Resorts World Las Vegas. A Malaysian conglomerate hopes to break ground on the $4 billion Asian-themed resort on the Las Vegas Strip on May 5.

Resorts World which will be housed where the Stardust once stood, at the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Convention Center Drive, will incorporate 80 to 85 percent of the buildings in the stalled Echelon project on the tourism corridor's less-traveled north end.

The front facade of Resorts World will be designed to look like a Chinese village, and it'll have 6,500 rooms.

Resorts World Las Vegas will include intricate gardens that will feature entertainment. A large aquarium, sky casino, and observation deck are also in the works on the 87-acre site.





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