Tropicana Furniture Sale to Liquidate Items From Shuttering Casino

If you’d like to own a small piece of Las Vegas Strip history, the Tropicana furniture sale is your chance.

The Tropicana Las Vegas, one of the oldest surviving casinos on the strip, is officially ceasing operating on Tuesday, April 2. It is set to be demolished to make room for a new, state-of-the-art ballpark.

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, liquidation sellers are now selling off pieces of the Tropicana’s property — including furniture items, flat screen television sets, and even theater doors.

There will be items from roughly 1,800 hotel rooms and suites during the Tropicana furniture sale. Additionally, there are pieces of property from about a dozen restaurants and bars, as well as the resort’s pool and conference areas.

However, businesses may be able to score amazing pieces on important items like back-of-house equipment, fixtures, and others. For some, however, the sale may be a way to own a piece of Las Vegas history.

The Tropicana Las Vegas was first built in 1957. At the time, it ranked as the most expensive resort in Sin City. Since its construction, it has played host to some of the biggest celebrities in the U.S. — including everyone from Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley.

At this point, it isn’t clear whether International Content Liquidations — the company holding the Tropicana furniture sale — is going to hold a public sales event. However, interested buyers can call the firm to set up an appointment at 702-933-9540.

Want to feel nostalgic about old Las Vegas? Check out this Vegas News article: “A look back at Las Vegas history.”

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