Station owns around 380 acres in the valley outside its resorts. The locals-focused casino operator didn’t say which plots would get listed.
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With builders putting up apartments, hotels, warehouses, a football stadium and more, Las Vegas is in the midst of another construction boom.
Southern Nevada’s apartment market heated up over the past several years with a flood of new projects and lucrative investor purchases.
Blackstone’s latest deal means it will be the landlord for MGM Resorts’ top three money-makers on the Strip.
It’s anyone’s guess what will happen with Las Vegas’ housing market in 2020.
Land parcels for two Las Vegas projects that fell victim to the Great Recession now are expected to be developed.
The long-empty store has been resurrected, but other big-boxes in Las Vegas still are collecting dust.
So-called distressed sales — purchases at foreclosure auctions and sales of foreclosed or underwater homes — account for just 3.3 percent of resales in the valley this year.
Almost two years after it announced the purchase, Wynn Resorts does not have a plan for the former Alon site.
Multiple revival plans for the Huntridge Theater have come and gone over the years. A new plan by a developer buying the historic venue includes adding other projects at the property.
The market has slowed considerably this year, after a heated run in 2018 sparked affordability concerns. The cooling, at least in theory, could help jumpstart home sales.
Developer Sam Cherry is building his first residential complex since the boom days — a four-story apartment complex in downtown Las Vegas’ Arts District.
Breaking the old record more than 13 years after it was set is more symbolic than anything: It underscores just how high the market had soared, how badly it crashed, and how long the road to recovery has been.
New York investors have spent billions on Las Vegas real estate in recent years, including a recently announced a half-billion-dollar deal to purchase the Rio from Caesars Entertainment Corp.