The owners of a Las Vegas strip hotel and casino are facing a $15 million bankruptcy after their company went bankrupt in a major restructuring last year.
The owners of The Riviera Hotel & Casino and its predecessor, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, announced last month that they were filing for Chapter 11 protection.
They had been in liquidation since December.
The resort, which opened in 2013, is now the second-largest casino in the world after Rio de Janeiro’s Copacabana Palace.
The company’s assets include the hotel and casinos, a spa complex, a concert hall, an amphitheater and a large water park.
The resort closed its operations in March after a $3.2 billion restructuring.
The Riviera was acquired by American real estate developer Robert M. Miller in 2014.
It has been the subject of many lawsuits, but the latest bankruptcy filing is the latest chapter in a long saga involving the hotel.