Viva Las Vegas: Apartment Hunting in Sin City
Our Vegas writer returns to talk about CityCenter, Aaron Rodgers, and NFL MVP futures
When I was trying to find a place to base my Vegas operations, one property kept popping back up as the perfect setting: the Veer Towers, part of the disastrous CityCenter project that serves as the last vestige of the megacasino era. No place serves as a better representation of broke, beautiful Vegas.
The megacasino era started with the opening of the Mirage by developer Steve Wynn in 1989, a property that served as the prototype for two decades of new construction on the Strip. It replaced ...
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