The Las Vegas Strip won’t be getting a lagoon any time soon.
Wynn Resorts called off plans for the lagoon that would have offered visitors water and outdoor recreation.
During its third-quarter earnings call Wednesday, CEO Matt Maddox said they will eliminate the lagoon project because the company is developing other plans for the 38 acres of undeveloped land along the Strip it now owns.
The lagoon plan would have taken the place of the resort’s 18-hole golf course, and would have been the size of nearly 100 Olympic swimming pools, and cost upward of $3 billion.
Maddox told investors they weren’t interested in building a large public swimming pool for the Las Vegas Strip.