What casinos are closing in Vegas? LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Three Station Casinos properties that have been closed since the COVID pandemic shut down in March 2020 will not reopen. Texas Station, Fiesta Rancho, and Fiesta Henderson are slated to be demolished and the land will be sold.
What casinos are being demolished in Las Vegas? Red Rock Resorts, the publicly traded corporate owner of the properties, announced in July that the three casino-hotels would be demolished and the land they are on will be sold. Fiesta Rancho opened in 1994 off Rancho Drive near North Las Vegas Airport, and Texas Station opened across the street in 1995.
Which Station Casinos will be demolished? LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The demolition of Texas Station and Fiesta Henderson has started. Those properties, as well as Fiesta Rancho, are all slated to be demolished. The properties which are owned by Station Casinos never reopened following the state-ordered closure at the beginning of the pandemic in 2020.
Is Mirage closing down? MGM sold the Mirage to Hard Rock International in late 2021. That transaction has not officially closed, but when it does, you can expect major changes at the property.