Grace Hayes Lodge

Grace Hayes Lodge
An exterior view of the Grace Hayes Lodge in Las Vegas, Nevada: photographic print. Grace Hayes Photograph Collection (PH-00292). UNLV Libraries Special Collections & Archives.

Red Rooster opened on November 26, 1930.

Red Rooster is granted a gaming license in 1931 (first property with a gaming license on what would later become known as the Las Vegas Strip).

Red Rooster is destroyed by a fire in July 1933.

Red Rooster is rebuilt and reopens in December 1933.

Red Rooster became Grace Hayes Lodge in 1947.

Demolished in 1959.

The land currently occupies: The Mirage.

Was located where the present-day Mirage sits in Paradise, Nevada.