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UNLV Libraries Main Page -> Architecture Studies Library -> Las Vegas Guides and Collections -> Las Vegas Architects and Buildings Database -> Projects

The Mirage

Photos & Links: Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3
Location:
3400 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV
Alternate Name(s):
  • Mirage
Type(s):
Subtype(s):
Opened: 1989-11-22
Other Size Measure: 100 acres
Firm(s):
Owners: Mirage Resort, Inc. 1989-2000
MGM Mirage 2000-Present
URL (bibliographic): http://www.mirage.com/
Description: 3,044 Rooms
40 ft Mountain Waterfall/Volcano
Extra Note: Bulavsky, Jack. “Green Thumbs = Greenbacks: Hotel-Casinos are Realizing the Value of Landscaping to Catch the Consumer’s Eye – and Their Business.” Down to Business, reprinted from Casino Journal, April 2003.

Harris, Bill. "Building Nevada :Featuring Nevada's Building Industry Leaders." 1st ed. Newport Beach, CA: Landmark Books, 2007. UNLV Arch Bk Stks HD9715.25.U63 N34 2007.

Illia, Tony. “The Strip Goes Wild: Mega Resort Construction Explodes.” Southwest Contractor, July 2003, 16-17.

Kozloff, Howard. "Game On, Game Off: Las Vegas's nongaming options continue to shape the gambling capital's environment." Urban Land. September 2007: 119-122.

Simpson, Jeff. "Evolution of the Las vegas Strip." Urban Land. September 2007: 105-107.

“The List: Casinos.” Las Vegas Business Press. October 3, 2005. 20-21.

“The Mirage.” Emporis. 2004. [Online]. Available: www.emporis.com/en/wm/bu/?id=122184 Accessed February 21, 2005.



UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: company brochure with information and marketing materials related to some Las Vegas projects.

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Videocassette with information and marketing materials related to select Las Vegas projects.

UNLV Architectural Studies Library, Special Collections holds: Boards (ARCHENT 2)
Chronologically Direct Parent: Castaways (3320 Las Vegas Blvd. S )
Chronologically Largest Parent: Castaways (3320 Las Vegas Blvd. S )
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