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Nevada Mid-Century Modern Buildings (page 1)

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Fleischmann Planetarium
Reno, NV
The Fleischmann Planetarium was built in 1963. It was originally called the Fleischmann Atmospherium and Planetarium. The hyperbolic paraboloid building was designed by Ray Hellman. [map]

Mark Fore & Strike
Reno, NV
The Mark Fore & Strike sporting goods store opened in 1963. This building appears to be from then. [map]

High Sierra Lanes
Reno, NV
The High Sierra Lanes sign appears to be from the 1960s or 1970s. The building looks like it might have been embellished more recently with "retro" details. [map]

Palm Mortuary and Cemetery
Las Vegas, NV
The Palm Mortuary and Cemetery was established in the 1920s. The mortuary opened in 1958. The Building of Eternity mausoleum was built then. The "Devotion" mausoleum was probably built at or around the same time.

Bank of America
Las Vegas, NV
This Bank of America branch was designed by Zick & Sharp and built in 1963 as a Bank of Las Vegas. [map]

U.S. Bank
Las Vegas, NV
This U.S. Bank was built in 1962 for the Frontier Savings Association. [map]

Molasky Building
Las Vegas, NV
former Nevada Savings & Loan
Las Vegas, NV
The Molasky Building was built for real estate developer Irwin Molasky in the 1960s. It housed the Quick Care health clinic when this photo was taken in 2014. The building now houses TIMCare, Therapeutic Integrated Medical Care, Inc. [map]

The Nevada Savings & Loan headquarters building was built in 1975. It was designed by Zick & Sharp. The building housed a post office and law offices when these photos were taken in 2014. In 2020, the building was gutted and being adapted for an office building. [map]

Southern Nevada Telephone Company
Las Vegas, NV
The Southern Nevada Telephone Company building was built in 1957. It later housed Centel and, after that, Sprint. For more, see this website. [map]

parking garage
Las Vegas, NV
MEET Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV
This parking garage was designed by Zick & Sharp and built in 1965 as a First National Bank branch. It is also known as the Carson Building. [map]

The MEET Las Vegas building was built as a bank in the 1970s. It is used as an event space now. [map]

Gate A
Paradise, NV
Gate A at Harry Reid International Airport was built from 1970-1974. There are three other round gates like this at the airport. For more, see this website. [map]