Las Vegas family-oriented resorts have been changing for a decade

Posted Tuesday, October 14, 2003 5:12 AM | Contributed by Jeff

Ten years after Luxor, Treasure Island and the MGM Grand opened on the Strip, the three megaresorts have evolved to become much different, yet still successful, destinations. The three projects-- totaling almost $2 billion worth of new construction combined -- fueled the Strip, driving tourism, economic and population growth for the rest of '90s. The properties have shifted their focus away from a family resort focus to more adult tastes.

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