Suspicions surface over effort to sell infamous Crazy Horse Too
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“I believe that they USED Cushman Wakefield and potential buyers to get an internal valuation while deceiving everyone into believing they were sellers, and now are trying to buy a Certificate of Occupancy on a dilapidated death trap with no parking!”
LAS VEGAS - Sometimes during the holidays, people are distracted and strange things can happen. Back in June 2012, the Las Vegas City Council granted temporary adult use zoning to the shuttered Crazy Horse Too strip club to help its new owners find a qualified buyer. The investment group out of Los Angeles hired a real estate agency, and this ad was placed on the internet and mailed to prospective buyers.
The exclusive listing broker Cushman & Wakefield|Commerce is pleased to present the opportunity to acquire the Former Crazy Horse Too Gentlemen?s Club & Industrial Property located in Las Vegas, Nevada. The property is the recent benefactor of a City of Las Vegas Ordinance which revives the potential to have adult use, tavern, or both uses at the property. Historically the property enjoyed a reputation of one of the top clubs in Las Vegas and with a location less than ½ mile from the Strip is one of the most accessible adult-use properties near the Resort Corridor.
The property is being offered on an as-is basis and the asking price is adjusted to account for the as-is sale, existing deferred maintenance/repairs, closing on the transaction without full license approval, and down time to commence operations. The property is being sold on an all-cash basis and interested parties shall be required to provide full financial qualification with proof of funds in conjunction with their offer.
Call for Offers deadline: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at 5:00pm PDT
October 23 came and went, and no sale was announced. A concerned Industrial Road property owner sent me this email.
We have a situation brewing at the CH2 which you need to be made aware of. Specifically, (the California owner) used Cushman Wakefield to try to get a free market valuation of the property by deceiving Cushman Wakefield into marketing the property for sale, then reneging on all offers to purchase saying “they are going to try to open Crazy Horse themselves”.
I believe that they USED Cushman Wakefield and potential buyers to get an internal valuation while deceiving everyone into believing they were sellers, and now are trying to buy a Certificate of Occupancy on a dilapidated death trap with no parking!