In this week’s Green Felt Journal, I take a look at how the proposed Resorts World Las Vegas differs from the project it replaced:
When Resorts World Las Vegas rises from the abandoned husk of Echelon on the north Strip, it will be very different from what Echelon would have been. And the differences tell us a lot about where Las Vegas has gone in the six years since the property’s 2007 groundbreaking.
I look forward to seeing Resorts World take shape. It may define post-Macau, post-recession Las Vegas.