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Dapper Companies Signs Broken Yolk Café for Office/Retail Building at Las Vegas Boulevard and Carson St.

Dapper Companies Signs Broken Yolk Café for Office/Retail Building at Las Vegas Boulevard and Carson St.
Dapper Companies
, headed by local real estate developer J Dapper, announced today that Broken Yolk Café has signed a lease for the ground floor at what will now be known as the S&L building at 201 S. Las Vegas Boulevard in Downtown Las Vegas. Last year, Dapper purchased the office and retail building and the adjoining parking lot at 200 S. 6th Street (Pictured: Artist’s Rendering).

The original Broken Yolk Café started in 1979 in Pacific Beach, a local beach community in San Diego. Best known for their inventive and classic breakfast creations, large menu, ample portions and high-quality food, Broken Yolk Café now has 34 locations nationwide, including the restaurant at Town Square which opened earlier this year. Both Las Vegas locations are owned by local franchisees Randy Corrigan and Barry Tu.

Among one of Las Vegas’ most historic buildings, 201 S. Las Vegas Blvd. was built in 1975 by famed architects Walter Zick & Howard Sharp, who designed many notable buildings in Las Vegas, including the Moulin Rouge Hotel (demolished in 2010), The Mint (now part of Binion’s), the First National Bank of Nevada Building on East Carson and Clark High School, among others. It was originally known as the Nevada Savings and Loan Association Building.

Dapper has been working with local architectural firm Carpenter Sellers Del Gatto Architects for both the exterior and interior of the building, including the 30,000 square feet of office space that will be redesigned by Henriksen/Butler, a company known for creating spaces to work, learn and heal.

Announced earlier this year for the S&L building was a rooftop collaboration from former corporate chef for the Tao Group, Marc Marrone who is partnering with Fukuburger’s Colin Fukunaga for the space.  Cabrio Structures, a nationally recognized designer and manufacturer of patented retractable roofs and patio enclosures is designing the rooftop space for the building.

Dapper Companies continues to be one of the most active developers in Downtown Las Vegas, having completed the renovation of the former Gamblers Book Club at 630 S. 11th Street, purchasing and developing the Huntridge Center at Charleston Blvd. and Maryland Parkway, in addition to properties for future development.

Dapper Companies is a premier commercial real estate brokerage firm and development company. It builds innovative, thoughtful, retail, office and office/warehouse space throughout Southern Nevada. It also represents landlords, tenants, property owners and investors in buying, selling and leasing commercial property. For more information, visit www.DapperDevelopment.com.