Rep. Dina Titus and LVCVA President and CEO Steve Hill say highway gridlock is hurting Southern Nevada’s tourist economy, but the problems can be fixed.
Locals have long predicted better days ahead for the north edge of the Strip, but a burst of news shows the area is still in flux.
Real estate pros have long figured the Durango site would be the first among Station’s desert parcels to get developed.
Last week’s announcement of the transaction makes sense in terms of corporate strategy and many people already view the Cosmo as an extension of MGM’s CityCenter.
The casino chain has reached deals since 2019 to lease Bellagio, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Aria, Vdara, and, as announced this week, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
The Nevada Gaming Commission’s board room was oozing with history when the five-member — make that four-member — regulatory board gathered Thursday.
Christopher Homes announced plans this month for SkyVu, a 102-lot housing tract in MacDonald Highlands.
Tourism Director Brenda Scolari and Commission Vice Chair Cynthia Mun are ready to work on state tourism initiatives despite the loss of resigning Lt. Gov. Kate Marshall.
Ovation Development filed plans for a 55-and-older apartment project behind the Henderson casino.
Over the past several months, some signs that Southern Nevada’s market was tapping the brakes have come and gone.
Resorts World Las Vegas looks to fill its 3,500 rooms with a new marketing campaign featuring hotels.com pitchman Captain Obvious touring the new Strip resort.
Some 15 years ago, a builder’s plan to construct high-rises in southwest Las Vegas failed, leaving a giant hole. Now another developer is moving forward with a plan for a big apartment complex there.
A tribal initiative on sports betting has already qualified for the 2022 ballot. Another backed by the card-room industry is on its way for California voters to consider.
Housing markets are always prone to ups and downs, especially in Las Vegas, and no boom lasts forever.