Greg C: New Lucky Dragon Pics

The Lucky Dragon

Greg C checks out The Lucky Dragon progress…

With the Riviera leveled to a heaping pile of rubble, we thought it would be a good idea to check in on something new: The Lucky Dragon. Although it had its hurdles, it seems to be coming along at a nice pace. Unlike Resorts World where absolutely nothing is going on. Not. A. Thing.

So back to the Lucky Dragon. Here’s how it looked earlier this week:

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The Lucky Dragon

This might actually be something! Right? Right? *Shrugs* All I know is, when it does open, I have two new things to look forward to: A new Hotel/Casino and trying out Golden Steer which has been on my “to-do” list for way too long.

[Photos: Greg C]

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6 Comments on "Greg C: New Lucky Dragon Pics"

  1. Chris in Nashville | August 19, 2016 at 7:17 am |

    Wow! Count me surprised. This looks good. Can’t wait to see it in December. Hate that nothing is going on at Resorts World.

  2. Great photos, thanks!

    This is an exciting project because it’s unique and smallish and RED!

    Sad it won’t be open if/when I travel out in October.

  3. Golden Steer is awesome!

  4. Victor Deveze | August 20, 2016 at 10:31 pm |

    Can you write something about Resorts World, like an update? Let us know why nothing is happening, did they lose all funding?

    • Victor, I was in Vegas last month and I observed the completed parking structure. Which let me tell you the parking structure is really really big! I know the lack of progress in construction is frustrating for Vegas fans, but I do believe a company like Genting isn’t going to waste money of finishing parking structure if they’re weren’t going to building the project. Planning and getting approval for such a large projects takes long period of times.

    • Michael Movestro | August 21, 2016 at 5:27 pm |

      Full-scale construction for Resorts World Las Vegas is expected to start in the last quarter of 2016, with plans for the casino resort to open on the Las Vegas Strip in 2019.

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