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The Sands Hotel was a historic Las Vegas Strip hotel/casino that operated from December 15, 1952, to June 30, 1996. Designed by the architect Wayne McAllister, the Sands was the seventh resort to open on the Strip. During its heyday, the Sands was the center of entertainment and "cool" on the Strip, and hosted many famous entertainers of the day. Regulars were able to mingle with the stars in the lounge after their late-night shows. In its time, the Sands was located next door to the Desert Inn. The two adjacent properties were owned by the reclusive businessman Howard Hughes in the mid-1960s. But in the early 1990's it has started to old, and eventually got closed and demolished. But what if it haven't? Then how long would it last?
1 day after people: The hotel goes dark.
3 days after people: Inside the hotel's restaurants food rotts away.
1 week after people: Windows begin to fall out.
75 years after people: Even thought it's standing like a concreate skeleton. Still it out lasts the Landmark hotel and casino.
100 years after people: The building doesn't look well at all. More importantly beacuse steel is reaching it's "final rot". Unexpectedly it one of the steel brakes a part which causes the whole building to collapse.