Monday, May 17, 2010

Bill's Casino in Stateline to become a gentelmen's club

Beckie Lewis - Hospitality Division
Posted by: Beckie Lewis
Hospitality Specialist
775 336 4647

Prior to entering the commercial real estate market, Beckie enjoyed a career in Commercial Lending and Private Equity Lending. Beckie enjoys creative thinking and problem solving which allow her to approach real estate sales in a refreshing manner. Having grown up in the development & hospitality areas in Montana, Beckie was drawn to the Hospitality Specialty with NAI Alliance. She is currently paving the way for this newest specialty at the firm.

First Quarter Sales
The Bill’s Casino Lake Tahoe located on Hwy 50, Stateline, Nevada opened July 1, 1987 and closed its doors on January 4, 2010. With Michael Laub’s purchase of the vacant casino on February 26, 2010, the dust did not have time to settle. Mr. Laub purchased the 16,500 sq foot property for $5,225,000 creating a big stir with possible plans for a renovation of the casino including a space for a gentlemen’s club. An article by Kathryn Reed in the Lake Tahoe News sparked heated controversy and debate over whether it is right to have a "strip club" among the casinos in South Lake. Bloggers commented back and forth on values, women’s rights, and on public opinion with out any thought at all to the devastating possibilities of a vacant property withering among the more

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