Ok, let me take up a position in LVRE's shoes. Assuming there's no real estate development attached to this, then I'd guess that we're looking at a plan for a single station-and-maintenance-facility location. My guess is that the Plaza location would have required a separate turning facility, so they would have needed two locations in Las Vegas, not one, so this is a cost-saving measure. Moreover, the Plaza location isn't bad, but it's not great. So, shifting back to LVRE's shoes, I'd go for whatever I could afford...which probably means "not near the Strip" right now. It is plausible that, presuming the operation is a success, they would want to set up a second station actually at the Strip somewhere but that such just isn't in the cards right now. 'course, it's also possible that negotiations with the Plaza folks went south and this is a dubious "Plan B" that got shoved together in the face of an increasingly tight deadline.