A former casino resort is about to be auctioned off.

    And it’s a bit of a bummer.

    The Corral, a Las Vegas property that opened in 1986, is on the market for $1.6 million, according to a listing on a listing service.

    The listing is for the 6,000-square-foot complex at the corner of Broadway and Broadway, a strip of retail that includes a restaurant, bar and lounge.

    The Corral is a former MGM casino, and has been on the auction block since last month.

    The site was used as a casino until 2000, when MGM shut it down.

    A casino resort in Vegas is considered a luxury destination for its unique amenities.

    The auction house did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

    The property was listed for $5.3 million on Dec. 15.

    It was not clear if there were any bidders.

    The casino was closed for two years following a fire that destroyed the resort.

    The owner has said that it will reopen in the spring.

    The location is less than a mile from the Las Vegas Strip, but the site is more than a half-mile from downtown.

    The area is popular with tourists and locals alike, and a visitor center is being built in the immediate area.

    Las Vegas is also getting ready to host the Winter Olympics in February.

    The Games have not yet been awarded, but officials said they were still planning to host an opening ceremony for the Winter Games.

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