Judge Approves County Purchase Of The Historic Moulin Rouge
A judge approved Clark County’s bid for the former Moulin Rouge property, opening a new chapter for the historic West Las Vegas property.
The Moulin Rouge once housed the first desegregated hotel and casino in Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez approved the county’s $6.2 million bid for the 15-acre site located on Bonanza Road.
Over the years, multiple redevelopment efforts have tried and failed and a series of fires have since ravaged the structures that remain.
In order to uphold its gaming license, the Moulin Rouge opens once a year with a pop-up casino for 24 hours.