Though historians lament the loss of a part of Bethlehem Steel's history, [Las Vegas Sands Corp.]plans to save more than 20 buildings — including the 1,500-foot-long No. 2 Machine Shop, once the world's largest — and incorporate many of them into its plan for a destination resort featuring a hotel, restaurants, shops, entertainment venues and a slots casino.
Also staying put are the iconic, 20-story blast furnaces that have helped define
Bethlehem's skyline for 100 years. Sands will install architectural lighting to spotlight them.
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