Las Vegas Strip in Winchester, Nevada. The Stardust opened in 1958, although most of youtube casino slot wins 2014 modern casino complex—including its main 32-story tower—was built in 1991.
It was demolished on March 13, 2007, a short lifetime even by Las Vegas standards, where casinos are torn down and rebuilt on a regular basis. The Stardust officially closed at 12:00 p. November 1, 2006, after operating continuously for 48 years. It was imploded on March 13, 2007, around 2:33 a.
In 2007, Boyd Gaming, which owned the property, began construction on Echelon Place, Stardust’s intended replacement. Construction was halted in 2008, however, during the economic downturn. In 2013, Malaysia-based Genting Group bought the site from Boyd, with plans to open Resorts World, a Chinese-themed resort, by 2020.