Other facelifts have occurred at the Four Queens

Now, we have the entire east side and all the frontage along Fremont Street.”Stevens said he and his team would analyze the market and the land presence to determine the appropriate number of rooms, slot machines, table games, restaurants and amenities that would be appropriate to the site cheap nfl jerseys, adding that the company would make the analysis “as quickly as reasonable.”Stevens also said part of the process would also include an analysis of the historical significance of Mermaids, La Bayou and the Topless Girls of Glitter Gulch.”Every time there’s something new that comes in, it means there are some things that are turned to memories,” he said.He said he expects those three properties will see an increase in business in the months ahead as loyal patrons make their last visits.Stevens already was the successful bidder for Clark County’s Bridger Building at Third Street and Bridger Avenue, which the company said was purchased for future growth. Stevens was the only qualified bidder and paid $2.7 million for the property.He said Thursday that the Bridger Building likely would be used for warehousing, receiving and shipping and for corporate office space, which currently is in short supply.The new hotel casino would be the first ground up hotel development in downtown Las Vegas in decades. Numerous properties have had facelifts over the years with a new tower opening at the Golden Nugget in 2009 and the Downtown Grand being remodeled and reopening in 2013 from what originally was the Lady Luck.Other facelifts have occurred at the Four Queens, the Plaza and Stevens’ Golden Gate and D Hotel properties the D formerly was known as Fitzgeralds and the Sundance.The departure of the Glitter Gulch club marks the departure of topless entertainment from the heart of downtown.

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