A judge says she will OK plans for owners of the CityCenter development to demolish a flawed, half-built hotel tower on the Las Vegas Strip, unless insurers can show they need more time to investigate.
The Nevada Supreme Court will decide whether two separate bodies of evidence have been improperly discounted in the massive litigation surrounding the City Center’s Harmon Tower.
A judge’s ruling could delay implosion of the troubled Harmon Hotel at City Center.
District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez ruled Thursday the 26-story tower on the Vegas Strip could be demolished by MGM Resorts. The company says the building would be unsafe in case of a strong earthquake.
A hearing is scheduled to continue Monday to decide whether the Harmon Tower should be torn down.
The Nevada Supreme Court has paved the way for a resolution on the future of the troubled Harmon Tower on the Strip.
Clark County officials are asking the owners of the defective 26-story Harmon hotel tower on the Las Vegas Strip for more information on their recommendation to implode the building to relieve a public safety risk.
A demolition firm has outlined plans to take down the troubled Harmon Tower at CityCenter.
A structural engineer is telling casino operator MGM Resorts that its unfinished Harmon tower at CityCenter would likely collapse in a strong earthquake.