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    Visiting Alaska's Icy Strait Point

    As VP of operations, Tyler Hickman is in charge of day-to-day management at Icy Strait Point. Last year, the port had 73 ship calls. Hickman, who lives in a cottage at the now-closed salmon cannery, explains what makes it stand out from the rest.
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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      In a city known for big bets, the one MGM Resorts and Dubai World made on Las Vegas in 2009 was clearly the biggest. And almost five years after CityCenter, the joint venture's $9 billion, mixed-use district, opened as the largest privately funded development in U.S. history, that bet appears to be paying off. Pictured here, an aerial view of the district's three hotels and 500,000 feet of retail and entertainment space. Posted July 22, 2014

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      CityCenter added more than 4,000 rooms to the Las Vegas Strip with the December 2009 opening of the Aria Resort & Casino.

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      The Aria's resort pool.

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      A deluxe room at the Aria Resort & Casino.

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      CityCenter's luxury accommodations include the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas, which has 392 guestrooms as well as 225 high-end residential units.

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      Pictured here, a Cityscape double room at the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas.

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      A Strip View Suite Living Room at the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas.

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      The Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas' Dynasty Suite Living Room.

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      Originally conceived as a luxury-residential complex, CityCenter's 1,495-key Vdara Hotel & Spa was repurposed as a resort when the Las Vegas-area residential real estate market bottomed out.

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      Pictured here, the Vdara's Panoramic Corner Suite.

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      CityCenter includes the 500,000-square-foot Shops at Crystals retail complex, which features several high-end retailers.

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      Retailers at the Shops at Crystals include Dolce & Gabbana.

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      Cashing in on CityCenter

      The Donna Karan storefront at the Shops at Crystals.

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