Galaxy Neonopolis 11
450 E. Fremont Street,
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The Neonopolis complex was built in 2001, opening on May 3, 2002 and operated by Crown Theatres. It heralded the beginning of the revival of downtown Las Vegas and features antique neon signs from the city’s past, together with an open-air shopping mall, a food court and entertainment centre, which includes the Neonopolis Cinema. It was built on land (part of) which had contained the 1972 built, Cinema 1-2-3.
There was a free-standing ticket office located on the sidewalk at the Northeast corner of 4th Street and East Fremont Street. It had signage giving the name ‘Neonopolis 14’, maybe three screens have been closed? Whatever the answer is, the Galaxy Neonopolis 11 was closed by the Galaxy Theatre Corporation in May 2009.
In July 2012, it was announced the building would be converted into ‘The World’s Largest Gay Nightclub’, known as Krave Massive. It will also feature a two screen cinema that will show independent gay & lesbian films. Set to open in spring 2013 it was a short lived venture.
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