The CVS at Bally’s is Taking Shape


The CVS being built at Bally’s Grand Bazaar shops is coming along.

Our tipster paperposter sent in the pics:


This will be the third CVS location on the strip, the others located at Treasure Island and Aria. Although, sometimes, CVS considers the location by Hard Rock to also be on the  strip (according to one of our readers, Martin).


Here’s a comparison shot to when construction began back in October.

CVS at Bally's

While the site of another pharmacy on the strip might be a turn-off to some, it does have its benefits. As a tourist, it’s a great way to stock up on water, booze, snacks, and other essentials (and personal things) for your hotel room.

[Images: Paperposter]

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Michael Movestro
Michael Movestro founded Vegas Bright to continue the tradition when Vegas Chatter cashed out. Michael pays the bills, maintains the site, writes articles, hosts the Vegas Untz podcast.

7 Comments on "The CVS at Bally’s is Taking Shape"

  1. Love getting new emails in my box. Can’t thank you guys enough for starting this new site. This is huge. I was there in July of 15 and cant remember what it looked like before. Is this before Grand Baazar shops? When is it due to open. I would love to c what the one at Treasure Island looks like. I think VC started to talk about it but once they shuttered we didn’t hear no more about it,

    • Yes, this is immediately before the Grand Baazar. Since January, the construction has displaced the sidewalk out into one lane of the Strip, as they are working near the front of the building.

      • What is the value of the new starbucks in cosmo?

        • @morenoapa | March 24, 2016 at 6:46 pm |

          An art installation by George Rousse. You may like it or not, but it is art. Also is his first piece of art created for permanent public display. It’s really a great value.

  2. @morenoapa | March 23, 2016 at 2:05 pm |

    I love to know these little details from Las Vegas, thanks for writing.

    By the other hand, I am not against commercial developments on the Strip, but it is true that they can distort the “Vegas experience”.

    There are huge hotels and casinos around the world, but people come to Vegas to live a unique experience.

    I think companies that want to settle in the Strip should make an effort to offer an added value. The new Starbucks in the Cosmopolitan is an example of it.

    Regarding this “CVS”, I didn´t like anything to see its huge sign. At least, the company should adapt its corporate image to Las Vegas style.

  3. Wow – you have a great memory Michael! I just got back from Hawaii and all the CVS there are called Longos. They should have a new name for the Vegas locations. Anyone have any suggestions?

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