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Is another Station Casino – Skye Canyon Station perhaps? – coming to the Las Vegas valley?


The casino operator recently purchased around 40 acres of land for $36 million in the rapidly developing area of Skye Canyon in the upper northwest valley.

Station Casinos has not announced any plans for the property yet, but Las Vegas real estate broker John Knott told the Las Vegas Review-Journal, “There will be a market for gaming there someday, absolutely, and right now they’re in control of that opportunity.”

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