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Another unfinished casino property on the famous Las Vegas Strip goes up for sale this week. As reported in IVLV Newsletter this week, Australian billionaire James Packerís company, Crown Resorts, is placing their Las Vegas vacant property up for sale at $400 million, the former New Frontier Casino. With this property for sale, along with the old Stardust property and the unfinished Fontainebleau Resort Las Vegas both for sale, these properties are all located within a quarter mile of each other. This week Reader Poll asks what should be done with these three unfinished and undeveloped Las Vegas Strip properties? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you. (See other Readersí opinions below.)

 las vegas once again has a major property on the las vegas strip up for sale.

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I feel it is important to somehow give local considerations or something to get these three unfinished projects completed. Having a big portion of land all in the same area under construction is not good. Leslie S. Glendale AZ

I think the city needs to make developers put up a bond to guarantee projects will get completed. Barry S. San Diego, CA

The state should Enforce new tax laws for properties that are dormant for more than 12 months. It does not make sense that a James Packer ultimately will get rewarded for buying a property a very significant one costing residents millions in lost tax dollars and ultimately scores a huge profit. Setup a State Capital Gains tax that hits projected lost tax dollars. Paul Las Vegas, NV

Very simple to solve, make the developer responsible for project completion and remove all tax credits and add penalties if project fails to complete within special time period. Dont want to scare new developers away but you dont want a bunch of partial construction sites up and down the Las Vegas Strip as there are now. James W. Chicago, IL

Have them post a bond in case they do not finish a project, the proceeds can go to fee and house the homelsess. Gina Fort Worth, TX


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