Time will tell if this beautification project proves to be worth the loss of the Mapes Hotel...remember the Mapes Hotel? Here's what the construction looks like from the Cal Neva parking garage.
Once again, the Mapes is nothing more than a vacant lot. One of these days they're bound to hit on something permanent... The third anniversary of the Mape's destruction is just around the corner and what brilliant ideas do you have for the Mapes property now?
August 2002 - It's back to a vacant lot, now with an iron fence completely surrounding the property (Trespassers will be prosecuted). July 2003 - 42 months later, and the Mapes is a weekend flea market.
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After every unlock you get another lock or key so you can get back into the fray and meet more people!Maybe she lit the place on fire one night in a three-martini-fit of melancholic rage…but her plan backfired horribly when her casino-magnate husband was trapped inside the building!!Maybe he burned alive, and in her despair the aging showgirl packed up her feathers and makeup and fled to Reno…where she changed her name and now lives out her days giving perms and rinses to the bluehairs at Circus Circus.August 2005 - FINALLY after nearly six years, something is happening at the Mapes.The 'City Plaza' appears to be yet another downtown Reno 'open space'.A fire burned down the restaurant/casino in March 2010…but going through the wreckage in some of the little cabins, I found a lot of newspapers and magazines dating from the late 1990s-very early 2000s, so some of the buildings appear to have been abandoned long before the fire.