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  • Diamond Resorts Closes IPO; Condo Resale Sets Record at Cosmopolitan

    Las Vegas’ wild entertainment and gaming environment makes some people forget that a huge amount of business is what backs up the sprawling Strip investments and luxurious resorts. Diamond Resorts International Inc., a company that owns several Las Vegas hospitality venues including Cancun Resort, Desert Resort and Polo Towers Suites has recently announced the closing of its IPO offering an aggregate of 17,825,000 shares of common stock, at the initial offering price of $14 per share. According to company data, Diamond Resorts gained net proceeds totaling $210,185,500 before deducting offering expenses payable by the company.

    Las Vegas 07 August 2013 21:15

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