Details revealed on new Downtown Las Vegas casino

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) - Documents submitted to the City of Las Vegas planning commission gives new details about the scope of hotel-casino that will replace the old Las Vegas Club.

Those documents show owner Derek Stevens plans to build a 459 hotel with 777 rooms at the corner of Main and Fremont Streets.

Stevens previously bought the Las Vegas Club, Glitter Gulch, and Mermaids to make way for the new property.

The planning commission is being asked to approve several special use permits for the project that is reportedly set to be completed in 2020.

Those documents show the yet unnamed property will feature a rooftop bar, sports book, ballroom, meeting space, restaurants and a spa.

Plans also call for a 1,526 space parking spot across the street with a pedestrian bridge connecting it with the property.

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