Bally’s Corp Sets Demolition Date for Tropicana Las Vegas

Bally’s Corp has announced it will demolish the Tropicana Las Vegas, setting a preliminary date in October for the event. The company’s chairman, Soo Kim, detailed the plans in a communication with the Las Vegas Review-Journal. He mentioned that the demolition’s timing is still in flux, contingent on securing the necessary permits and could be subject to further adjustments.

“Subject to permitting and further changes as I don’t know how firm the dates would be at this stage,” Kim conveyed in his email to the Review-Journal.

The decision to dismantle the Tropicana Las Vegas comes as part of a broader strategy to repurpose the site for the new Oakland A’s baseball stadium, an idea that has been on the table for nearly two years. The stadium, which is to be located on the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip, aims to accommodate between 30,000 and 35,000 spectators.

Before the demolition can commence, the site will undergo thorough preparation over several weeks, including clearing the building. Following the building’s removal, a detailed cleanup operation will prepare the ground for the forthcoming construction project.

Bally’s also reiterated that the Tropicana will shut down its operations next Tuesday, drawing to a close its 67-year history of welcoming guests. Alongside the demolition and stadium construction, Bally’s plans to introduce a new resort that will “complement the A’s ballpark,” although specifics about this addition remain vague, including its timeline.

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