Casa Madrid Apartments
Welcome to the Casa Madrid - cheapest, cleanest whores in all New Vegas. If you want to know the rates for poon, talk to the whores.”— Marco
This run down apartment building has been owned by Marco for a few years, and serves wasteland denizens who can't afford the New Vegas Strip. Here they get a room and, if they so desire, they have the choice of three prostitutes, courtesy of Pretty Sarah.
The Casa Madrid is a run-down, two-floor apartment building that has definitely seen better days. Located across the street from Miguel's Pawn Shop, it contains a total of 16 apartments (eight per floor) in various states of disrepair. In fact, the only things reliably working here are the lights and the prostitutes working for Pretty Sarah, who in turn pays rent to Marco.
Most of the apartments offer little in the way of loot. The notable ones include the first apartment on the left, ground floor, belonging to Marco, and the two apartments on the southern face just next to it, which belong to Dermot and Saint James, human traffickers. The apartments yield evidence for dealing with The Coyotes.
The prostitutes themselves are upstairs, occupying three apartments in the southwestern corner.
- Tom Anderson, Follower and local leader
- Pretty Sarah, the pimp
- Sweetie, Jimmy, and Maude, the prostitutes
- Dermot and Saint James, a pair of slavers
- Salesman Weekly and Locksmith's Reader: On the table just on the left from entrance
- Meeting People: On the table in Jimmy's room, second floor.
Casa Madrid Apartments appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.
- The Courier: "Is this apartment building yours?"
Marco: "Yep, for a few years now. Guess I should be calling it Casa Marco or something, but I haven't changed the signs. Folks who can't pay their way onto the Strip need a place to stay, too. And when Pretty Sarah set her whores up here, the Casa went full-service."
(Marco's dialogue (Fallout: New Vegas))
- Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide Collector's Edition p.326-327: "[2A.01] Casa Madrid Apartments
The sounds of ecstasy (or more likely, agony) emanate through the walls of this low-rent knocking shop. Step through the dilapidated front doors, and prepare for some offers you can definitely refuse."
(Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide Collector's Edition Tour of the Mojave Wasteland)