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3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S
Las Vegas, NV
|Extra Note:||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.
Miille, Margaret Ann. “In Depth: Las Vegas History: Leisure King: Book documents career of pioneering, but largely forgotten, Western architect.” Las Vegas Review-Journal. 29 April 2007. [Online]. Available:<http://www.lvrj.com/news/7244156.html>. Accessed May 8, 2007.
"The History of Gambling - Visionary Backgrounds: Wayne McAllister." Online Casino Guide. 2003. [Online]. Available http://www.online-casino-guide.com/history/visionary-backgrounds/mcallister-wayne/ Accessed on October 27, 2003.
1952* Opened 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S
1967 Sold to Howard Hughes for $14.6 M, High Rise Tower Addition & Casino Expansion
1981 Sold to Inns of Americas for $85 M
1983 Summa Regains Control After Inns of Americas Defaults on Payments
1988 Sold to Kirk Kerkorian for $167 M
1988 Sold to Sheldon Adelson & The Interface Group for $110
Sands Hotel Expansions: Las Vegas, NV.Martin Stern, Jr.
UNLV Special Collections holds: “Emerald Room Expansion” and “Garden Room Expansion”. Architectural, structural, electrical, mechanical, plumbing. December 1966 & January 1967 SPC(T) 66
Sands Hotel Kitchen Expansion: Las Vegas, NV. Martin Stern, Jr.
UNLV Special Collections holds: kitchen expansion. Architectural, structural, mechanical, plumbing, electrical. August 1967 SPC(T) 65
Sands Hotel Café LaRue: Las Vegas, NV. Martin Stern, Jr. in conjunction with Wayne McAllister, Arch.UNLV Special Collections holds: additions & alterations, Café LaRue structural. 12 sheet masters, 4 sheets by Wayne McAllister, Architect. March 1952 SPC(T) 67
Sands Hotel Tower: Las Vegas, NV 3355 Las Vegas Blvd.
Martin Stern, Jr., and Associates (Architect)
“Sands Hotel Tower.” Emporis. 2004. [Online]. Available: www.emporis.com/en/wm/bu/?id=102788 Accessed February 13, 2005.
UNLV Libraries Special Collections. "Guide to the Sands Hotel Collection." http://www.library.unlv.edu/speccol/ead/2000-12_Sands.xml (09 July 2007)
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