“[X] took five years to build at a cost of $2.4 billion. The building is nearly two million square feet, and will offer the latest technology at check-in, creature comforts … including a spa and several dining options, and almost 300 slot machines.” — Care to guess the casino? It’s — wait for it — Terminal 3 at McCarran International Airport. The public sector seems to be doing a good job of minding its pennies. To find a Las Vegas Strip casino megaresort built for less than $2.4 billion, you’d have to go back to the late 20th century.
By David McKee ~ July 3rd, 2012 @ 9:00 am