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MGM Resorts is focusing on Aria and moving away from CityCenter's original plans.

Sign of the times: A slow shift at CityCenter

February 27th, 2013

MGM Resorts is focusing on Aria and moving away from CityCenter's original plans.

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    The co-owner of the city's oldest hotel-casino was duly impressed with the newest as Aria opened to the public after a big fireworks show.

  • Dining

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  • Music

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  • Reviews

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