“Historically, the Strip stopped at the Sahara Hotel, then it was kind of a no man’s land, and then lately the city’s been building up Main Street with the Arts District,” said Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom, who was on hand at the opening. “But now, we’re starting to see the infill. So the Strip really no longer stops. It just goes on and on. And this is part of that revitalization.”
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