Documents filed with the City of Las Vegas show each tavern would have a separate owner, but no further information on names, themes or intentions were stated. Paperwork, however, does confirm the buildings would keep "the original architectural aesthetic from when they were constructed in the 1950's." Reports also indicate that the motel's current parking lots would be transformed into "plazas" for outdoor tavern service. Project reps believe most customers will walk to the area. Folks who drive there would be directed to a nearby for-pay lot reportedly being constructed at the site of the demolished Ambassador Motel.
The vacant 69-room Fergusons Motel is located in Downtown Vegas on Fremont between 10th and 11th. The topic of its renovation will be up for discussion on July 9 but -- spoiler alert -- it is already recommended for approval.
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