Compared to other apartments popping up in Las Vegas, developer Jonathan Fore’s new project is in a location that’s different than most.
Eli Segall joined the Review-Journal in August 2016 after covering real estate and other business topics for four years at the Las Vegas Sun. He also worked for the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal, The Associated Press and other news groups. Segall has a bachelor’s in political science from the University of Michigan and a master’s in journalism from the University of Maryland. His awards include 2017 Story of the Year from the Nevada Press Association.
Driving around Las Vegas, it’s easy to see the housing tracts, apartment buildings and other projects coming out of the ground.
American Nevada Co. sold five office buildings in Henderson to San Francisco-based JMA Ventures for $51.75 million, property records show.
North Carolina hoteliers Colin and Deanna Crossman have acquired the Resort on Mount Charleston, some 40 miles northwest of the Las Vegas Strip, from The Siegel Group.
Panattoni Development Co. broke ground this week on Centennial Commerce Center, at 6405 E. Centennial Parkway. The project is a joint venture between Panattoni and LaSalle Investment Management.
With downtown Las Vegas slated to get its first big new rental complex in years, other developers also are looking to do projects in the once-neglected area.
The Golden Knights on Thursday filed a complaint against StubHub in Clark County District Court. It alleges the resale ticketing site owes the team almost $1.5 million in playoff ticket sales profits.
Amid rising prices and affordability concerns, Las Vegas homebuilders are rolling out a bigger menu of less-expensive projects, a new report shows.
President Donald Trump made his fortune in real estate, but by slapping tariffs on imports from close allies, developers in Las Vegas and other cities could get hit hard.
When you’re as big as The Blackstone Group, shelling out hundreds of millions of dollars can be pretty normal stuff.
Eric Wu is a house flipper but, unlike other real estate investors, says he isn’t trying to land a profit by selling for more than he paid. The windfall, he said, will come from transaction fees.
Buchanan Street Partners acquired the buildings at 2300, 2310, 2340 and 2350 Corporate Circle, near Green Valley Parkway and the 215 Beltway, for $27.8 million, brokerage firm Cushman Wakefield announced Monday.
Summerlin developer Howard Hughes Corp. broke ground on Chicago’s tallest new office building in decades.
Richard “Boz” Bosworth, founder of Las Vegas-based Bosworth Hospitality Partners, is now the Hard Rock’s CEO, which he and other investors bought in March.
D.R.’s purchase in Logandale comes amid rising land and house prices in the Las Vegas Valley and, according to one builder, an uptick in home construction in the Moapa Valley.