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EVIL_ELVIS_

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(Msg. 1) Posted: Wed Nov 14, 2007 9:28 pm
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The recent demise of The Frontier got me wondering what other casinos
have been demolished or closed in recent (and not-so-recent) years. I
searched and got this list from Wikipedia:

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Demolished or closed Strip casinos & hotels

* Big Red's Casino: Closed in 1982. Property developed for CBS
Sports World Casino (Changed name to Sports World Casino after the CBS
Television Network threatened to sue)[citation needed]: Closed in
2001, now a shopping center.
* Boardwalk Hotel and Casino: Demolished May 9, 2006 to make way
for Project City Center.
* Desert Inn (and golf course): Demolished in 2004, now Wynn Las
Vegas.
* The Dunes (and golf course): Demolished in 1993, now Bellagio.
* El Rancho (formerly Thunderbird/Silverbird): Closed in 1992 and
demolished in 2000, will be the site of the 4000-room casino-hotel
Fontainebleau which is currently under construction.
* El Rancho Vegas: Burned down in 1960. The Hilton Grand Vacation
Club timeshare now exists on the south edge of the site where the
resort once stood; the remainder remains vacant.
* Glass Pool Inn: Demolished in 2006. It was called Mirage Motel
until 1988 when forced to change name due to The Mirage opening down
The Strip in 1989.
* Hacienda: Demolished in 1996, now Mandalay Bay.
* Holy Cow Casino Cafe and Brewery First micro brewery in Las
Vegas. Closed in 2002, property currently vacant.
* Jackpot Casino: Closed in 1977, now the Sahara.
* Klondike Hotel & Casino: Closed in 2006, awaiting demolition.
* The Landmark: Demolished in 1995. Now the site of a parking lot
for the Las Vegas Convention Center (Demolition was filmed for the
feature Mars Attacks!).
* Lucky Slots Casino: Closed in 1981, now a shopping center.
* Lotus Inn Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1978, now a Rodeway Inn.
* Money Tree Casino: Closed in 1979.
* Marina Hotel and Casino: Westward pointing tower (known as the
West Wing) of the MGM Grand.
* The New Frontier: Closed July 16, 2007, demolished November 13,
2007 to be and replaced with the New York City-inspired Las Vegas
Plaza.
* Nob Hill Casino: Closed in 1990, now Casino Royale.
* Paddlewheel Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1991 and reopened in 1993
as Debbie Reynolds' Hollywood Hotel & Casino, which itself closed in
1996 and is now the Greek Isles Hotel & Casino.
* San Souci: Closed in 1962 for the Castaways, which itself was
demolished in 1987. Now the site of The Mirage.
* The Sands: Demolished in 1996, now The Venetian.
* Silver City Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1999, now the Silver City
Shopping Center.
* Silver Slipper: Demolished in 1988 for a parking lot. Now the
site of the Desert Inn Road Arterial.
* Stardust Resort & Casino: Closed November 1, 2006, demolished
March 13, 2007. To be replaced by Echelon Place.
* Tally Ho Hotel: Closed in 1966. Became the Aladdin, which in
2007 became Planet Hollywood.
* Vacation Village Resort & Casino; Closed in 2002, demolished in
2006. Future site of the Town Square development project.
* Vegas World: Demolished in 1995 and rebuilt as the Stratosphere;
parts of the old Vegas World still remain.
* Westward Ho Hotel and Casino: Closed in 2005, demolished in
2006.

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(Msg. 2) Posted: Wed Nov 14, 2007 10:10 pm
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They forgot Bourbon Street but remembered to list Big Red's!?

"EVIL ELVIS " wrote in message

> The recent demise of The Frontier got me wondering what other casinos
> have been demolished or closed in recent (and not-so-recent) years. I
> searched and got this list from Wikipedia:
>
> -----
>
> Demolished or closed Strip casinos & hotels
>
> * Big Red's Casino: Closed in 1982. Property developed for CBS
> Sports World Casino (Changed name to Sports World Casino after the CBS
> Television Network threatened to sue)[citation needed]: Closed in
> 2001, now a shopping center.
> * Boardwalk Hotel and Casino: Demolished May 9, 2006 to make way
> for Project City Center.
> * Desert Inn (and golf course): Demolished in 2004, now Wynn Las
> Vegas.
> * The Dunes (and golf course): Demolished in 1993, now Bellagio.
> * El Rancho (formerly Thunderbird/Silverbird): Closed in 1992 and
> demolished in 2000, will be the site of the 4000-room casino-hotel
> Fontainebleau which is currently under construction.
> * El Rancho Vegas: Burned down in 1960. The Hilton Grand Vacation
> Club timeshare now exists on the south edge of the site where the
> resort once stood; the remainder remains vacant.
> * Glass Pool Inn: Demolished in 2006. It was called Mirage Motel
> until 1988 when forced to change name due to The Mirage opening down
> The Strip in 1989.
> * Hacienda: Demolished in 1996, now Mandalay Bay.
> * Holy Cow Casino Cafe and Brewery First micro brewery in Las
> Vegas. Closed in 2002, property currently vacant.
> * Jackpot Casino: Closed in 1977, now the Sahara.
> * Klondike Hotel & Casino: Closed in 2006, awaiting demolition.
> * The Landmark: Demolished in 1995. Now the site of a parking lot
> for the Las Vegas Convention Center (Demolition was filmed for the
> feature Mars Attacks!).
> * Lucky Slots Casino: Closed in 1981, now a shopping center.
> * Lotus Inn Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1978, now a Rodeway Inn.
> * Money Tree Casino: Closed in 1979.
> * Marina Hotel and Casino: Westward pointing tower (known as the
> West Wing) of the MGM Grand.
> * The New Frontier: Closed July 16, 2007, demolished November 13,
> 2007 to be and replaced with the New York City-inspired Las Vegas
> Plaza.
> * Nob Hill Casino: Closed in 1990, now Casino Royale.
> * Paddlewheel Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1991 and reopened in 1993
> as Debbie Reynolds' Hollywood Hotel & Casino, which itself closed in
> 1996 and is now the Greek Isles Hotel & Casino.
> * San Souci: Closed in 1962 for the Castaways, which itself was
> demolished in 1987. Now the site of The Mirage.
> * The Sands: Demolished in 1996, now The Venetian.
> * Silver City Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1999, now the Silver City
> Shopping Center.
> * Silver Slipper: Demolished in 1988 for a parking lot. Now the
> site of the Desert Inn Road Arterial.
> * Stardust Resort & Casino: Closed November 1, 2006, demolished
> March 13, 2007. To be replaced by Echelon Place.
> * Tally Ho Hotel: Closed in 1966. Became the Aladdin, which in
> 2007 became Planet Hollywood.
> * Vacation Village Resort & Casino; Closed in 2002, demolished in
> 2006. Future site of the Town Square development project.
> * Vegas World: Demolished in 1995 and rebuilt as the Stratosphere;
> parts of the old Vegas World still remain.
> * Westward Ho Hotel and Casino: Closed in 2005, demolished in
> 2006.
>
> -----
>
>
> --EE--
>

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(Msg. 3) Posted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 1:34 am
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On Nov 14, 6:10 pm, "Donkeydode" wrote:
> They forgot Bourbon Street but remembered to list Big Red's!?

Which was actually the Peppermill Casino after Big Red's and before
CBS Sports World, and later became Dan's Sports something or other.

That list looks incomplete: no Little Caesars, no Treasury, old
Aladdin. I'm sure I am forgetting lots more.

Matt
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(Msg. 4) Posted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 3:36 am
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Donkeydode wrote:
> They forgot Bourbon Street but remembered to list Big Red's!?

Hey it's Wiki, you can go in there and add it to the list. And don't
forget to include Mr. Sy's.

A*
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R

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(Msg. 5) Posted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 3:51 am
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On Nov 14, 11:36 pm, Ace wrote:

> Hey it's Wiki, you can go in there and add it to the list.

True.

> And don't forget to include Mr. Sy's.

I noticed Sassy Sally's was not on the list.


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(Msg. 6) Posted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 4:11 am
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Holy Cow Casino Cafe and Brewery First micro brewery in Las
Vegas. Closed in 2002, property currently vacant. >>

Which was originally Foxy's Deli owned by Abe Fox and one of the few
authentic NY/Jewish delis in Las Vegas at the time.

When Abe finally sold the business it became Foxy's Firehouse Casino
but never did the biz that the originally Foxy's did.

I think Abe Fox put a curse on that corner.

I have often wondered about the original Fun City Apts sign that still
stands on north end of that block. Was that the original location of
the Fun City Motel?

Lynn in Sherman Oaks
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CLM in ND

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(Msg. 7) Posted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 6:05 am
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Matt@bigempire wrote:

> On Nov 14, 6:10 pm, "Donkeydode" wrote:
>
>>They forgot Bourbon Street but remembered to list Big Red's!?
>
>
> Which was actually the Peppermill Casino after Big Red's and before
> CBS Sports World, and later became Dan's Sports something or other.
>
> That list looks incomplete: no Little Caesars, no Treasury, old
> Aladdin. I'm sure I am forgetting lots more.
>
> Matt

Would the Orbit Inn not count because the actual building is still
standing, it's just something else now?

Cameron
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hall572

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(Msg. 8) Posted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 6:44 am
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"EVIL ELVIS " wrote in message

> The recent demise of The Frontier got me wondering what other casinos
> have been demolished or closed in recent (and not-so-recent) years. I
> searched and got this list from Wikipedia:
>
> -----
>
> Demolished or closed Strip casinos & hotels
>
> * Big Red's Casino: Closed in 1982. Property developed for CBS
> Sports World Casino (Changed name to Sports World Casino after the CBS
> Television Network threatened to sue)[citation needed]: Closed in
> 2001, now a shopping center.
> * Boardwalk Hotel and Casino: Demolished May 9, 2006 to make way
> for Project City Center.
> * Desert Inn (and golf course): Demolished in 2004, now Wynn Las
> Vegas.
> * The Dunes (and golf course): Demolished in 1993, now Bellagio.
> * El Rancho (formerly Thunderbird/Silverbird): Closed in 1992 and
> demolished in 2000, will be the site of the 4000-room casino-hotel
> Fontainebleau which is currently under construction.
> * El Rancho Vegas: Burned down in 1960. The Hilton Grand Vacation
> Club timeshare now exists on the south edge of the site where the
> resort once stood; the remainder remains vacant.
> * Glass Pool Inn: Demolished in 2006. It was called Mirage Motel
> until 1988 when forced to change name due to The Mirage opening down
> The Strip in 1989.
> * Hacienda: Demolished in 1996, now Mandalay Bay.
> * Holy Cow Casino Cafe and Brewery First micro brewery in Las
> Vegas. Closed in 2002, property currently vacant.
> * Jackpot Casino: Closed in 1977, now the Sahara.
> * Klondike Hotel & Casino: Closed in 2006, awaiting demolition.
> * The Landmark: Demolished in 1995. Now the site of a parking lot
> for the Las Vegas Convention Center (Demolition was filmed for the
> feature Mars Attacks!).
> * Lucky Slots Casino: Closed in 1981, now a shopping center.
> * Lotus Inn Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1978, now a Rodeway Inn.
> * Money Tree Casino: Closed in 1979.
> * Marina Hotel and Casino: Westward pointing tower (known as the
> West Wing) of the MGM Grand.
> * The New Frontier: Closed July 16, 2007, demolished November 13,
> 2007 to be and replaced with the New York City-inspired Las Vegas
> Plaza.
> * Nob Hill Casino: Closed in 1990, now Casino Royale.
> * Paddlewheel Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1991 and reopened in 1993
> as Debbie Reynolds' Hollywood Hotel & Casino, which itself closed in
> 1996 and is now the Greek Isles Hotel & Casino.
> * San Souci: Closed in 1962 for the Castaways, which itself was
> demolished in 1987. Now the site of The Mirage.
> * The Sands: Demolished in 1996, now The Venetian.
> * Silver City Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1999, now the Silver City
> Shopping Center.
> * Silver Slipper: Demolished in 1988 for a parking lot. Now the
> site of the Desert Inn Road Arterial.
> * Stardust Resort & Casino: Closed November 1, 2006, demolished
> March 13, 2007. To be replaced by Echelon Place.
> * Tally Ho Hotel: Closed in 1966. Became the Aladdin, which in
> 2007 became Planet Hollywood.
> * Vacation Village Resort & Casino; Closed in 2002, demolished in
> 2006. Future site of the Town Square development project.
> * Vegas World: Demolished in 1995 and rebuilt as the Stratosphere;
> parts of the old Vegas World still remain.
> * Westward Ho Hotel and Casino: Closed in 2005, demolished in
> 2006.
>
> -----
>
>
> --EE--
>

Let us not forget The Castaways ( on the Strip, not the re-named Showboat on
East Fremont ) Closed in 1987 after being bought by Steve Wynn ( once owned
by Howard Hughes ), to make way for his planned Golden Nugget on the Strip.
At some point he decided to chuck that rather unwieldy moniker in favor of
The Mirage...
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(Msg. 9) Posted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 12:13 pm
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> Would the Orbit Inn not count because the actual building is still
> standing, it's just something else now?

The list was just Strip properties. Even though a few were north or
south of the actual Strip.

Matt
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(Msg. 10) Posted: Fri Nov 16, 2007 10:19 am
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> When Abe finally sold the business it became Foxy's Firehouse Casino
> but never did the biz that the originally Foxy's did.

I distinctly remember Foxy's ("Famus Penny Slots") from my very first
LV trip. I seem to remember that the Foxy's Firehouse name came from
when it reopened after a fire. Am I correct here or am I on drugs?
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(Msg. 11) Posted: Fri Nov 16, 2007 10:43 am
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On Nov 14, 7:28 pm, EVIL ELVIS (R) wrote:
> The recent demise of The Frontier got me wondering what other casinos
> have been demolished or closed in recent (and not-so-recent) years. I
> searched and got this list from Wikipedia:
>
> -----
>
> Demolished or closed Strip casinos & hotels
>
> * Big Red's Casino: Closed in 1982. Property developed for CBS
> Sports World Casino (Changed name to Sports World Casino after the CBS
> Television Network threatened to sue)[citation needed]: Closed in
> 2001, now a shopping center.
> * Boardwalk Hotel and Casino: Demolished May 9, 2006 to make way
> for Project City Center.
> * Desert Inn (and golf course): Demolished in 2004, now Wynn Las
> Vegas.
> * The Dunes (and golf course): Demolished in 1993, now Bellagio.
> * El Rancho (formerly Thunderbird/Silverbird): Closed in 1992 and
> demolished in 2000, will be the site of the 4000-room casino-hotel
> Fontainebleau which is currently under construction.
> * El Rancho Vegas: Burned down in 1960. The Hilton Grand Vacation
> Club timeshare now exists on the south edge of the site where the
> resort once stood; the remainder remains vacant.
> * Glass Pool Inn: Demolished in 2006. It was called Mirage Motel
> until 1988 when forced to change name due to The Mirage opening down
> The Strip in 1989.
> * Hacienda: Demolished in 1996, now Mandalay Bay.
> * Holy Cow Casino Cafe and Brewery First micro brewery in Las
> Vegas. Closed in 2002, property currently vacant.
> * Jackpot Casino: Closed in 1977, now the Sahara.
> * Klondike Hotel & Casino: Closed in 2006, awaiting demolition.
> * The Landmark: Demolished in 1995. Now the site of a parking lot
> for the Las Vegas Convention Center (Demolition was filmed for the
> feature Mars Attacks!).
> * Lucky Slots Casino: Closed in 1981, now a shopping center.
> * Lotus Inn Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1978, now a Rodeway Inn.
> * Money Tree Casino: Closed in 1979.
> * Marina Hotel and Casino: Westward pointing tower (known as the
> West Wing) of the MGM Grand.
> * The New Frontier: Closed July 16, 2007, demolished November 13,
> 2007 to be and replaced with the New York City-inspired Las Vegas
> Plaza.
> * Nob Hill Casino: Closed in 1990, now Casino Royale.
> * Paddlewheel Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1991 and reopened in 1993
> as Debbie Reynolds' Hollywood Hotel & Casino, which itself closed in
> 1996 and is now the Greek Isles Hotel & Casino.
> * San Souci: Closed in 1962 for the Castaways, which itself was
> demolished in 1987. Now the site of The Mirage.
> * The Sands: Demolished in 1996, now The Venetian.
> * Silver City Hotel & Casino: Closed in 1999, now the Silver City
> Shopping Center.
> * Silver Slipper: Demolished in 1988 for a parking lot. Now the
> site of the Desert Inn Road Arterial.
> * Stardust Resort & Casino: Closed November 1, 2006, demolished
> March 13, 2007. To be replaced by Echelon Place.
> * Tally Ho Hotel: Closed in 1966. Became the Aladdin, which in
> 2007 became Planet Hollywood.
> * Vacation Village Resort & Casino; Closed in 2002, demolished in
> 2006. Future site of the Town Square development project.
> * Vegas World: Demolished in 1995 and rebuilt as the Stratosphere;
> parts of the old Vegas World still remain.
> * Westward Ho Hotel and Casino: Closed in 2005, demolished in
> 2006.
>
> -----
>
> --EE--

Was any of Vegas World demolished or did they just build around it?
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(Msg. 12) Posted: Fri Nov 16, 2007 11:16 am
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"Matt@bigempire" wrote in message

>
>> Would the Orbit Inn not count because the actual building is still
>> standing, it's just something else now?
>
> The list was just Strip properties. Even though a few were north or
> south of the actual Strip.
>
> Matt

I guess that is why Key Largo missed the list.


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(Msg. 13) Posted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 3:55 am
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On Nov 14, 10:51 pm, "EVIL ELVIS (R)"
wrote:
> On Nov 14, 11:36 pm, Ace wrote:
>
> > Hey it's Wiki, you can go in there and add it to the list.
>
> True.
>
> > And don't forget to include Mr. Sy's.
>
> I noticed Sassy Sally's was not on the list.
>
> --EE--

Sassy Sally's was never imploded. It's still there, just renamed (I
always get it mixed up, it's either Mermaids or La Bayou) to cover up
the illegal hustling the went on at both Sassy Sally's and Coin
Castle, both owned by the same person, who still owns the renamed
casinos.
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(Msg. 14) Posted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 6:10 am
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AlanRRT RemoveThis @aol.com wrote:

> On Nov 14, 10:51 pm, "EVIL ELVIS (R)"
> wrote:
>
>>On Nov 14, 11:36 pm, Ace wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Hey it's Wiki, you can go in there and add it to the list.
>>
>>True.
>>
>>
>>>And don't forget to include Mr. Sy's.
>>
>>I noticed Sassy Sally's was not on the list.
>>
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>
>
> Sassy Sally's was never imploded. It's still there, just renamed (I
> always get it mixed up, it's either Mermaids or La Bayou) to cover up
> the illegal hustling the went on at both Sassy Sally's and Coin
> Castle, both owned by the same person, who still owns the renamed
> casinos.

Ah, the Coin Castle. The first casino I ever got hustled for tips, and
that was after I'd already given a tip! After I hit $60 or so on a
machine, I gave the gal in the slot carosel a couple of dollars. She
said it wasn't enough, something like "No, no! Two more!"

Cameron
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