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Wynn Resorts CEO Plans Huge Lake Attraction In Las Vegas

Discussion in 'CASINO NEWS' started by Mben, May 10, 2016.

  1. Mben

    Mben No Deposit Forum Administrator Staff Member


    The company has big plans for its business in Las Vegas. CEO Steve Wynn recently revealed that he wants to develop a huge lake attraction, along with an additional hotel tower, meeting space and more, on land that currently houses the golf course behind his Strip resorts.

    Wynn today shed more light on that proposal, tentatively titled Wynn Paradise Park, on a conference call with analysts.

    Reiterating that the project still needed approval from his company’s board of directors, Wynn said the vision had changed a bit since he first unveiled the plans in early April. He elaborated on some of the details of what he envisioned.

    The casino mogul said the lake had been extended some 600 feet and that in the middle of it would be “a mountain, an island” eight to ten stories tall featuring “irregular topography” and twin peaks connected by a rope bridge.

    He also spoke of “cabanas and other special effects platforms” built into the side, a “beach bar with white sand,” ferries in the lake and zip lines.

    Wynn said that at its current phase, the creative process for a project like Paradise Park was “very dynamic” and changing “on a weekly basis.” He said cost per foot would be resolved as ideas were fleshed out, but he indicated that his company had grand ambitions for the development.

    “We’re not just building a body of water with a promenade around the edge — the American public has seen that before,” Wynn said. “When we do something here, we do something that hasn’t been seen before.”

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  2. Sookie

    Sookie Mother of Cats

    That looks really cool, I wonder how long it will take?

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