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(Las Vegas, NV)  —  A major resort project on the Las Vegas Strip will get more time, but its owner must make the abandoned site appealing to the eye.

The county has given a six-year extension for Boyd Gaming to complete Echelon Place, which stopped work in 2008 due to the economy.  In return, Boyd will spend four-million dollars to landscape and screen the site.

Company officials hope to resume work on Echelon Place within the next three-to-five years.

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