Overall, the valley’s single-family rental market has “held up rather well” during the pandemic, said Tom Blanchard, last year’s president of trade association Las Vegas Realtors.
The coronavirus pandemic has squeezed Nevada’s casinos, but it looks like the outlook is finally changing and companies are preparing for the comeback they’ve expected.
Naming an airport after a polarizing political figure will likely always offend someone, but the best response to promote tourism is to just put Las Vegas’ name on the facility.
The new owners of the Drew property did not release details Thursday on their plans for the site, including whether they will change the name back to the Fontainebleau or when they expect to resume construction.
Will the expansion of sports betting nationwide result in a record handle for Super Bowl LV or will COVID-19 keep bettors on the sidelines? And what happens in Nevada?
Las Vegas city and community leaders are scheduled to hold a news conference Tuesday to announce the creation of the Coalition to Make Homes Possible.
The December statistical report from the Nevada Gaming Control Board not only shows how much gaming win has fallen, but also shows games to which players gravitate.
Southern Nevada homebuilders made more than 11,000 net sales last year, the most since 2007, according to figures from Las Vegas housing tracker Andrew Smith, president of Home Builders Research.
New research and commentary from local tourism experts point to Southern Nevada seeing a rebound in visitation in the second or third quarter of 2021.
Southern California investment firm Sakioka Farms acquired Crossroads Commons , a strip mall at the southeast corner of Charleston Boulevard and Fort Apache Road, senior vice president of real estate Tom O’Meara confirmed Friday.
The Las Vegas housing market defied logic in 2020, but at least one thing mirrored prior years: The gap between the most- and least-expensive house sales was enormous.
The Sands Aviation fleet has 19 jets of varying sizes, all brought up to VIP standards.
Plans call for 1,343 residential units, around 240,000 square feet of commercial space, and underground parking.
When it meets Tuesday, the LVCVA’s board of directors will consider multimillion-dollar agreements that should enhance transportation for the city’s conventioneers.
Will resort properties change hands? Will the NBA plant a team in Las Vegas? Will the Boring Co. make tracks underground?