Nevada has returned to prominence as one of the most dynamic economies in the United States over the past few years. This prolonged period of stable growth has many planning for the future in anticipation of more to come. Throughout the state numerous private and public investments are set to usher in an era of growth that capitalizes on Nevada’s existing strengths, expands the state’s level of economic diversity and improves the long-term stability of the state economy.

In southern Nevada, several resort properties are planned or under construction, and upon completion will be the first major additions to the Strip since 2009. Resorts World Las Vegas, Wynn Paradise Park, and The Drew, formerly Fontainebleau, will add 9,000 hotel rooms to the region. Many other properties are planning or undergoing renovations, including the Monte Carlo (which is rebranding as Park MGM), Palms, Palace Station, Stratosphere, Cosmopolitan, SLS and the Flamingo.

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