Las Vegas City Hall (1973)

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Las Vegas City Hall
Las Vegas City Hall.jpg
Las Vegas City Hall
General information
Location400 Stewart Ave, Las Vegas, Nevada
Coordinates 36°10′20″N 115°8′21″W / 36.17222°N 115.13917°W / 36.17222; -115.13917
Latitude and Longitude:

36°10′20″N 115°8′21″W / 36.17222°N 115.13917°W / 36.17222; -115.13917
Opening1973 (original building)
2003 (addition)
OwnerCity of Las Vegas
Technical details
Floor count11
Design and construction
ArchitectDaniel, Mann, Johnson, and Mendenhall (original building)
KGA Architecture (2003 addition)
Main contractor Del E. Webb Construction Company (original building)

Las Vegas City Hall was the center of municipal government for the City of Las Vegas, Nevada. It is located downtown, with its main entrance on Stewart Avenue. It is cited as an example of 1960s modern architecture. [1] The original eleven-story central tower was completed in 1973. An addition was completed in 2003 which included a three story surround to the central tower. The addition includes additional office space, a parking deck, and a sky bridge to connect the parking deck to the structure. [1] The addition won the American Institute of Architects Nevada Citation award in 2003. [1]

In November 2010, online retailer announced it would buy and use the building as its new company headquarters. [2]

New Las Vegas City Hall and Zappos Purchase

In 2010, construction for a new city hall building began at a different site and the city government vacated the old building in early 2012. The building, was occupied in 2013 by Zappos after an extensive renovation. [3] [4]


  1. ^ a b c "Las Vegas City Hall Complex". ASL Building(s) of the week. Architecture Studies Library, University of Nevada Libraries. 2006-02-19. Archived from the original on 2011-07-20. Retrieved 2008-08-04.
  2. ^ Schoenmann, Joe (29 November 2010). "Zappos views Las Vegas City Hall as perfect fit for new headquarters". Las Vegas Sun. Retrieved 31 July 2011.
  3. ^ "Zappos Moving To Downtown Las Vegas" (Press release). City of Las Vegas. December 1, 2010. Retrieved February 21, 2012.
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