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Main Street Station  -  Las Vegas, Nevada
In 1985 the City of Las Vegas, with support of the State of Nevada, approached Bob Snow and Jim Rouse to undertake the redevelopment of their city's ailing downtown district. Snow and Rouse formed a joint venture,and responded to their invitation. They proceeded to first help the City of Las Vegas establish a Downtown Development District, and Community Redevelopment Authority.  With the DDD and CRA newly formed by the city and state governmental bodies, they undertook what turned out to be a long period of pre-development work to include planning and zoning changes, marketing and feasibility studies, the first use of eminent domain in the City of Las Vegas history, along with property acquisition to include a 450-room hotel and nearly 10 acres of the downtown redevelopment area property. Rouse's Enterprise Development Co, and Snow & Associates development, art, and design teams completed all the architectural and development work on the new urban entertainment complex. Main Street Station, Rosie O'Grady's Goodtime Emporium, a 450-room hotel, restaurants and a 75,000 sq’ casino opened to SRO crowds. This project brought new life to the redevelopment area, that can still be seen today. World renowned gaming developer Steve Wynn summed it up best with a full page advertisement in the Las Vegas Review Journal, congratulating  Main Street Station, as “the most beautiful casino and entertainment project ever built in Las Vegas”.    
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