During the five months it remained opened, the Moulin Rouge became home to black entertainers headlining on the Strip and a venue where they performed along side their white peers and friends late into the night to crowds of all races. In 1960, the Moulin Rouge continued in its role in the desegregation of Las Vegas even after its closure, as it became the site for the historic signing of an agreement to abolish segregation on the Strip. The property has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places for more than 10 years. On Thursday, May 29, 2003, an arsonist's fire ravaged the casino and destroyed many irreplaceable historic relics, photos and the famous Moulin Rouge wall mural. The entire front facade and historic Moulin Rouge neon sign miraculously survived the three-alarm fire, along with the original tile- covered columns and the signature tower. These structures, along with the original hotel where many minority celebrities slept when they were shunned from Strip hotels, 破壊されたラスベガスのカジノ provide the foundation from which the new Moulin Rouge will be rebuilt. For the first time the Moulin Rouge will be provided the kind of capital necessary to bring it back to life. Construction 破壊されたラスベガスのカジノ begin the third quarter of 2004 and is slated for grand opening in December 2005. The property will include 500 hotel rooms and suites, 20 corporate suites with 破壊されたラスベガスのカジノ private registration area, a 40,000-square-foot casino with 1,000 slot machines, 40 card tables and a sports bar. Entertainment options from old to new will be found in the showroom replicating 破壊されたラスベガスのカジノ original Tropican-can Room, a replica of Club Rouge, an upscale high-energy bar at the top of the hotel, a Motown Cafe, a nine theatre movie complex and a 117,000-square-foot events center. Nearly 9,000 square feet will be dedicated to the community for use by churches, children and other community groups. Located on Bonanza Road and the I-15, the Moulin Rouge's new owners believe the revitalization of the property will be an anchor for redevelopment of West Las Vegas. SOURCE: Moulin Rouge Development Corporation CONTACT: Lynn Purdue +1-702-222-2362 or cell ポップキャップゲームveniceダウンロード for Moulin Rouge Development Corporation.