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Palms Resort Casino

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Location:
4321 W. Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV
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Constructed: 1999
Opened: 2001-11-13
Completed: 2001
Theme: Classical modernism and Modern Vegas
Cost: $550 M
Other Size Measure: 34 acre
42 Floors
664 Units
95000 sq.ft. Casino
Firm(s):
Owners: The Maloof Brothers
Description: The new 47-story Palms Place Hotel Casino was designed to infuse the overall Palms brand into a fresh, modern, and original design. They utilized mostly natural materials to help construct the interiors.
Extra Note: Clarke, Norm. "Norm: Playboy Headed Back to Las Vegas." Las Vegas Review-Journal. 05 Oct 2004. [Online]. Available: http://www.reviewjournal.com/lvrj_home/2004/Oct-05-Tue-2004/news/24918685.html Accessed October 5, 2004.

"Palm Casino Resort." Jerde Partnership. 2004. [Online]. Available: Link no longer Active. Accessed October 5, 2004.

“New and notable.” Architecture Las Vegas 1, n.1 (Jan. 2001): 18-19.

“New and notable.” Architecture Las Vegas 1, n.2 (Fall/Winter 2001): 8-10.

"Palms Resort." Emporis.com. [Online]. Available:http://extranet.emporis.com/
wm/bu/?l=3&yr=2005&mt=2&dy=7&id=100759 Accessed Feburary 7, 2005.

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

"Palms Resort." Emporis.com. [Online]. Available:http://extranet.emporis.com/
wm/bu/?l=3&yr=2005&mt=2&dy=7&id=100759 Accessed Feburary 7, 2005.


Tyda, David. "Corner of the sky Taking Vegas to new heights." Hospitality Design. April 2008: 196-199.
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