Once lost to foreclosure, The Mercer today is a luxury rental complex that’s open for business.
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.
The top two executives of Summerlin developer Howard Hughes Corp. received big boosts in compensation last year amid a drop in profits.
A New York investment firm bought two sprawling industrial buildings in North Las Vegas as part of a multistate portfolio deal.
Las Vegas’ casino business has a new competitor: flamboyant billionaire Richard Branson.
Las Vegas developer Jim Rhodes has sold mining claims to Blue Diamond Hill, giving his gypsum business there a boost of funding, his representative said.
Las Vegas apartment rents are climbing faster than the national average, but the valley’s low vacancy rate also is inching up, a new report shows.
Las Vegas restaurateur Billy Richardson has acquired the Elephant Bar chain out of bankruptcy.
Shalena Earnheart, an accused thief who claimed ownership of a dead woman’s house in Las Vegas late last year, has been arrested and charged with forgery.
Las Vegas homebuilders are off to a heated start this year, helped by the improved economy and shortage of resales, says a new report.
Investors bought a North Las Vegas apartment complex for almost $60 million, a sharp increase over its sales price after the economy crashed.
Richmond American Homes acquired a 42.5-acre parcel for around $23.8 million from Summerlin developer Howard Hughes Corp., property records show. The sale closedMarch 1.
Newly released surveillance video shows some of Stephen Paddock’s movements and activities before the Oct. 1 massacre. By itself, much of the footage at Mandalay Bay seems to show a typical visitor to the Strip.
The situation surrounding 809 Palmhurst Drive in the western Las Vegas Valley shows that anyone can file papers with Clark County to take ownership of a house, and the havoc this can cause.