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Fremont Hotel & Casino

Fremont Hotel & Casino
Fremont Hotel & Casino
Fremont Hotel & Casino
By 1980, the Fremont Hotel & Casino occupied the whole north side of the 200 Fremont block.
Fremont Hotel & Casino

212 Fremont

212 Fremont
The building existed by 1926 and operated as the Chamber of commerce. The building is operating as Mode O'Day and Ruby for Flowers in this picture. The building is integrated into the Fremont Hotel & Casino in 1956. Fremont Street with illuminated marquees: photograph. Stuart McCarthy Photograph Collection (PH-00173). UNLV Libraries Special Collections & Archives. Original cropped by Raul Jusinto.

Opened on May 18, 1956.

The 212 Fremont building is integrated into the Fremont Hotel & Casino in 1956.

Ogden Tower built in 1963.

The casino expanded east onto the 220 Fremont and 230 Fremont parcels in 1976.

Architect: Wayne McAllister.

Fremont Hotel & Casino associated with: Ed Levison, Wayne Newton (2000), Frank Fertitta, Jr., Jimmy Hoffa, Frank Rosenthal, Allen Glick, Sam Boyd (1991), William Boyd (1993).

Was the tallest building in Nevada from 1956-1961.

Located in Clark's Las Vegas Townsite (Block 18).

Located at 200 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Denotes American Gaming Association Hall of Fame year of induction.