There's a brand new property for Station Casinos to tell you about. Doors opened bright and early Tuesday morning at the project right off Boulder Highway. But as Denise Rosch explains, don't reach for your boarding pass just yet, because as quickly as this one opened, it's already shut down. 26 acres of broken concrete and graffiti covered walls. Not what anyone expects when they hear a new Las Vegas casino has opened for business. But that was the scene at the site of the old Castaways. Lori Nelson is with Station Casinos, the gaming giant responsible for the sixteen slots which were open to the public Tuesday only. "In order to keep the gaming entitlement since we haven't developed the land yet, there is a state law that requires you to run live gaming for eight hours. That's what were doing today," Nelson told News 3. Station Casinos bought the property about four years ago and immediately brought the aging Castaways to the ground. Although there are no plans to build yet, the company is keeping its options open. While the trailer was clearly lacking a few conveniences, it wasn't completely primitive. There was a porta-potty right outside, wheelchair access, and was extremely clean as far as these things go. A casino opening and closing. All in the very same day. If Station Casinos doesn't develop the land in two years, employees will be required to set up the trailer again for another eight hours of gambling.