The Sahara – one of the oldest hotel-casinos on the Las Vegas Strip – closed less than a year ago. Now we know a little bit more about what is in store for the famous landmark.
Debt rating agency Moody’s Investors Service in New York issued a report that confirmed the redeveloped property would be called ”SLS Las Vegas” and that hotelier Sam Nazarian was hoping to reopen it in the second quarter of 2014 — if he can raise $415 million from lenders and investors to help finance what’s being billed as a $744 million project.
Click here for more on Nazarian’s plans, or here for more on the old Sahara.
(Photo by Leila Navidi / Las Vegas Sun)