MGM Resorts International has reduced operations at Gold Strike

May 9, 2011 8:11 PM

MGM Resorts International (MGM) has reduced operations at its Gold Strike in Jean, Nevada, according to published reports.

A company spokesman was quoted as saying that about 60 workers were affected by the closing of a 500-room tower and other modifications to the gaming floor and property restaurants.

The company will continue to operate a 300-room tower but the coffee shop will be closed and the property’s steakhouse will be modified into a lesser eatery.

The casino’s sister property across Interstate 15, the Nevada Landing, was demolished a couple of years ago.