Workers in Las Vegas dismantled the New York-New York casino's 30-foot marquee, canopy and neon reader board this week, taking it down in three pieces that will be reassembled as a new exhibit at the city's Neon Boneyard museum. The signage, which has been at the casino since its opening in 1997, came down as part of a $100 million redevelopment project by MGM Resorts International. "It's a beautiful sign. We're excited it's part of the Boneyard," New York-New York President Cynthia Kiser Murphey said.
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