02 Sep The Las Vegas Club Closes Its Doors
The Las Vegas Club closed its doors for the final time on August 20 this year. The long standing casino has been a mainstay on Fremont since the 1930s but had been slowing down significantly over the last decade. Its new owners are none other than Derek and Greg Stevens, who also own the nearby Golden Gate and D casinos and have already announced plans to renovate the property and bring it back to its former glory.
The renovations for the Las Vegas Club couldn’t have come soon enough. Many of the casino’s features, such as its sportsbook and popular restaurants, had been slowly closing down for the last few years, with its 400 hotel rooms following soon after. The previous owners, the Tamares Group sold the property to Derek and Greg Stevens for a reported $40 million. If history can repeat itself, it’s clear skies ahead for the Las Vegas Club, who’s new owners were able to turn the run-down Fitzgeralds into the D, which is now one of the main tourist attractions in Downtown Las Vegas. A new Las Vegas Club can only mean good things are ahead for everyone around Fremont Street.
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