CityCenter, the gambling complex that opened during the recession has had some hard times. It was under construction when the economy was at its peak, but has struggled since that time. The good news is that the number of visitors is growing on the 67 acre project.
Hotel rooms in the complex are beginning to fill up, not as many had expected, but nevertheless the numbers improve quarterly. In fact, many of the condominiums have been converted to hotel rooms. Additionally, vacancy rates in the commercial shops in the complex have fallen to about 10%. The future looks bright though, since Las Vegas officials have declared that almost all visitors lost during the recession have returned.