Part of the land where the Riviera stood for 60 years on the Las Vegas Strip will soon have new owners. And they’re no strangers to the casino business. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) agreed today to sell its 10 acres of Strip-front property for $120 million. The buyer is CB Investment
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