May 2, 2023
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A soaring blue-glass tower that has sat empty for close to two decades on the Las Vegas Strip — through the Great Recession and an unprecedented pandemic that shut down the famed tourist corridor for months — is set to open its doors to the public in December as the gambling center's latest resort and casino.
Company executives for Fontainebleau Las Vegas made the announcement Tuesday morning, more than a year after the company publicly set a goal to open before the end of 2023.
Chief operating officer Colleen Birch said in a statement that the long-awaited resort on the north end of the Strip represents “a rich heritage of luxury hospitality, chic elegance and unforgettable experiences." The announcement marked the beginning of hiring efforts for a 3,700-room resort and casino that is expected to create thousands of jobs.
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