MGM Resorts International made the announcement that it will plan on selling the operations of The Mirage located on the Las Vegas Strip.
The resort opened up back in November 1989 and has one of the more iconic attractions in the volcano show every night. With over 3,000 rooms and nearly 100,000 square feet of gaming space, The Mirage was one of the first major resort casinos to open on the Strip.
MGM Resorts CEO Bill Hornbuckle said: “The Mirage is a world-class, iconic property with unique attractions that is ripe for continued investment and development. It will be the crown jewel in another operator’s portfolio, which is why we believe a sale makes strategic sense at this time.”
A new buyer and operator has not been identified yet and the process of the sale is still in the beginning stages.