A focus on housing, better transit will keep downtown vibrant, gaming execs say

Five leading gaming executives discussed the state of downtown Las Vegas’ gaming industry and how to keep its recent successes going at a panel discussion hosted by Downtown Alliance Thursday.

The panel talk, held in the Molasky Corporate Center a block from Fremont Street and Main Street, included Derek Stevens, owner of the D, the Golden Gate, and Downtown Las Vegas Events Center; Jim Sullivan, VP and general manager of the Fremont; Seth Schorr, chairman of Downtown Grand; Joe Woody, CFO of the El Cortez, and Jonathan Jossel, CEO of Plaza Las Vegas.

Read More