Las Vegas, the city with the largest hotel in the country, is poised to add another casino hotel to its list.
The Clark Committee (Nev.) Voted 6-1 this week to approve plans for the Las Vegas Dream, a 20-star hotel to be built on the south side of the Las Vegas Strip.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, it will be the closest hotel to McCarran International Airport.
Only Commissioner Ross Miller on the commission said seven members voted in the by-election, speaking of its proximity to McCarran if Las Vegas should “allow more hotel rooms than our airport.”
Room 527, $ 500 million to start between next year and end date 2024.
Developers David Daneshforooz, head of Contour, and Bill Shopoff, founder of Shopoff Realty Investments, said they believe in a slight difference of opinion that the 2,000- and 3,000-room giants have gone down the Strip.
However, there are still obstacles to the project. Since it is close to the airport, it will be sent to the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Secret Service.
According to the Review-Journal, the air traffic control authority has published research that this service is close to the airport area “used for high-level military, special services and airport aircraft”, which will increase the autonomy of voyage. there is danger in both. documents and passengers due to archers working and being able to throw objects over a fence, injuring people on the plane, local documents show.
Additionally, airlines such as Southwest, Delta, America, and the United States have expressed concern over the operation, citing problems such as unsupported drone operations, lasers and lights, and programs that could cause “blind lightning.”
Dream Hotel developers initiated a process of drastic change from the original plan at a district committee meeting to address the issue.