Reinventing Vegas: Clubs not Casinos

Don't tell Sam Nazarian the gaming industry is dead. The flashy night-club and restaurant impresario is staking his reputation -- and 1 billion dollars -- into the SLS Casino in Las Vegas, the first new project in a post-recession Sin City looking for a new identity. Cristina Alesci goes on 1-on-1 with Nazarian and his bold faced named collaborators -- Lenny Kravitz, design legend Phillippe Stark, and restauranteur José Andrés -- to figure out if the SLS is simply a vanity project.