Station Casinos reveals plans to expand Durango property

June 27, 2024
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The company looks to incorporate more casino space and a parking garage for the resort.

Station Casinos has filed an agenda item in Nevada with the Clark County Zoning Commission ahead of an upcoming meeting to expand its southwest valley Durango property, according to a local KSNV news report.

The company debuted its Durango location a few months ago, welcoming its first guests in December 2023.

The Clark County Zoning Commission is scheduled to meet July 3. According to the local news report, Station Casinos has stated that it wants to add a new parking garage, as well as build a new casino area on its existing property.

The garage addition would be located north of Maule Avenue in the southeast section of the current parking lot. The new structure would bring with it nearly 2,500 parking spaces and would include a basement level, along with a ground level, five additional floors and rooftop parking.

Valet drop-off and pick-up would be available on the ground level, the local report said.

The new casino area would be northwest of the parking garage structure. Station Casinos has also proposed adding restaurant space, as well as a water feature wall and outdoor patio area.

The company has not released any renderings of its proposed additions as of late.

Red Rock Resorts is the parent company of Station Casinos. Company Executive VP Stephen Cooty shared the casino’s first-quarter results during a recent investor call.

Cooty said, "With one full quarter under our belt, we are confident that Durango is well on its way to achieving both its margin target and to return goal even faster than originally planned.”


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